National Geographic : 1936 Jul
FIDDLE CREEK RAPIDS ARE NO PLACE FOR PLEASURE PADDLING! The thunder of the rapids, the faint shouts of the crew, and the express-train speed of the boat seem expressedbythis picture of abreath-taking ride. For 33 miles below Riggins the North-South Highway follows the Salmon River. Crowds along the road, after watching thescow "take" onerapid, rushed ahead tothenext. They had one opportunity to make return for their entertainment by pulling the craft off the rocks.