Backcountry flying is an Idaho specialty. That’s because Idaho is home to the largest roadless wilderness in the lower 48, and if you want to get to the most remote nooks and crannies of the central Idaho mountains, flying is the way to go. Flying the Idaho backcountry not only gives you spectacular views, it is also an efficient way to access these gems of public land, and we’d love to help. Whether you are boating, hunting, fishing, backpacking, or looking for a place to just relax, we can work with you to make connecting to your Idaho backcountry experience easy and beautiful.
If you don’t want to spend the night, but would like a morning scenic flight and breakfast at a lodge, let us know and we can set you up!
If you fly with us to Salmon and want to sneak away to a lodge nearby, take a shuttle to the Salmon River Lodge.
Our Cessna 206 and two Britten-Norman Islanders are perfect to connect you to your Idaho backcountry hunting adventures. The 206 will work to get smaller groups in, and the Islanders are perfect for bigger groups and gear, especially if you get what you are after and need to haul it out. Call us and we’ll help you figure out which airstrips and planes will work best for your group.
Looking for an outfitter? Check this hunting outfitter page to find what you need!
Salmon Airport looking North and South (elevation 4,040ft)
Lost Trail Pass Camera (elevation 7,014)
Lookout Pass Camera (elevation 4,011ft)
McCall Area Cameras
Idaho Backcountry Map
The map below is NOT a complete map of Idaho Backcountry strips, nor is it meant to be used for navigation! It does, however, mark a lot of the more common strips, and give you an idea of some of the backcountry locations into which we can get you and your group for whatever adventure you have in mind. Questions? Give us a call at (208) 756-7382.