We put in at the public park. It was a bit rocky at the beginning but after the first hundred yards things were much better. The first mile is beyond beautiful. It is also after a mile the first river wide tree is down. Another is a half mile down from there. There are two good class IIIs about two miles or so in and two more a few miles after. The rest is just portages and beautiful scenery. I took the gps, and the last mile and a half is pure flat through back yards, with a total of about 8.2 river miles. Redland road is the best way out, but be warned there are a lot of other bridges along the way, so it is good to take a look at the bridge from the creek before you run for the first time.
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