Honestly some of the best Class 3 I've ran. Was 1300cfs or so and imagine it only gets better higher. Maybe Class 3+ at this level? Surprisingly very scenic. The logistics are extremely simple with no hiking involved. There's nothing to deter anybody from this run and I'm surprised it isn't ran more often.
Ran this section of the Doe today, the water level was 220cfs. It was a bit on the scrappy side. I will not run this section again at this level. Needs to be at least 250-300. There are a couple of nice drops, but a good deal of flat water.
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