Steven Hunt says: "There are multiple IV+ rock-garden rapids with at least one 5.1 near the beginning of the run. Combine that with the remote location and I'd call it a IV+/V- run on par with the Cain Creek / North Chick sequence in difficulty."
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I found these pictures stuck in box, the pictures were taken by Jeff Johnson in 1992 on a scouting trip he performed when the creekin scene was taking off in the S.E., he gave them to me after he decided the run might be on the tough side.
From what I remember from Mullens was that it was Manky and long and nothing stood as a killer run when compared to Henderson, Brush, or Morgan Creek.
What I do remember though that access is protected as long as it isn't Turkey season, that's when the access is limited in the park
Its a good run, expect lots of trees and some neccesary poratges. Lots of boulder garden around the corner. There are some really fun rapids in there. Put in is in Prentice Cooper State park and the take out is reached by hanging an immediate left after the Suck creek bridge.
from Clay Wright:
Mullens is boulder-choked 4 and some 5
2 years ago
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