Mono Creek, California, US
|Usual Difficulty||IV-V(V+) (for normal flows)|
Mono Creeks headwaters meander through a deserted wooded Alpine valley with spectacular mountain scenery. It is easy to scout and walk drops. The longest and biggest gorge comes early in the run and has several stout drops. As the gradient lessens some then the generally class III and class IV water is punctuated by ocassional classV drops and mini gorges. The first descent is thought to have been done by Rick Smith.
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