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Located 11 miles South of Salmon, Idaho, The Greyhouse Inn Bed and Breakfast is close to Idaho Whitewater Rafting, Salmon and Steelhead fishing, Rainbow Trout Fly Fishing on the River of No Return!
We are pleased that very near the Greyhouse Inn Bed and Breakfast finds the Salmon River calm, so fishing is a breeze. The fish shown pictured here were caught just moments away.
This is a picture postcard area surrounded by the Beaverhead and Salmon River Mountains. The Salmon River gives the area claim to the title "The White Water Capital of The World." The Salmon River is known for its spectacular scenic river rafting and white water river rafting.
Long ago, the Native American peoples named the Salmon River "The River of No Return". Due to strong currents and rough terrain, the name is believed come from their inability to travel the river upstream.
The Greyhouse Inn stands nearby the famous Lewis and Clark Trail, just one interesting aspect of Idaho history for visitors to explore. A modest drive will also lead you to various hot springs both natural hot springs or a more commercial version.
Built in 1894, the Greyhouse Inn Bed and Breakfast is in Idaho's Salmon River Valley near the largest recreation area in the lower 48 states: "The Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness." The area is a nature-lover's playground with a variety of activities available all year around.
Visitors enjoy the abundant hiking and fly fishing for salmon and rainbow trout. Great fishing is only a moment's walk from the inn. Big game hunters revel in hunting elk, bear and mule deer.
In the Spring and Summer, you will be amazed by the meadows of flowers and unique grasses. And in the Winter, the muffled silence and considerable snow pack is magnificent. For every season, the easily accessible Greyhouse Inn Bed and Breakfast in Salmon, Idaho has something for everyone.