A very scenic creek, with relatively small watershed (meaning it will be hard to catch with enough water) offers a beautiful paddle trip.This is quite low gradient, so any rapids are likely to be simple shoals forming wave trains. Twists and turns with occasional undercut walls will challenge boaters, especially if you do catch it with moderate to high flows. At such times, boaters should have solid boating skills to maneuver safely down this stretch.
Check out a fine video from Morall River Films on YouTube:
There is no online gauge. This will run only in spring or on heavy rains. Check the culverts for the road at the put-in. If they are nearly full, you have a fairly high flow. If water is over the road, you better be a very experienced paddler, ready to handle very pushy fast water.
Permits are not required for this reach.
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