Another 'unknown' reach . . . marked rapids on the topo maps, on a stretch of river we have no other info regarding. Drainage area is sufficient for a fair number of days per year of runnable flows. Rapids appear to be generally low-grade (probably class II at good flows).Note: The listed put-in and take-out appear to give the best 'bang for the buck' (most apparent rapids with least flatwater). Additional rapids may exist beyond those marked on topos. A longer trip may be chosen to continue to additional rapids, which have been marked on the map and listed in the 'Rapids' tab.
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This may be a better put-in if the upper one is not accessible and/or if the 'apparent' rapids between it and here are not worth the bother.
(Nothing is really apparent on the satellite photos, other than a narrowing of the river.)
This is the recommended take-out. Additional rapids are marked downstream, but are generally barely visible on satellite views.
(nothing really apparent on satellite view)
(Nothing apparent on satellite view.)
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