From 221 to Double Cabin Rd was a breeze. Easy in but a little difficult getting the canoe out at the bridge at Dbl. Cabin Did it in a 14ft canoe with a friend I have never paddled with and it went easy as pie. Took less than 3 hr but we paddled. I am guessing drifting or tubing would take 3-4.
First Descent of Hole in the Wall Falls in a sit on top Torrent kayak by Ron Wells on 5.21.11. This unintentional descent was a clean run of the 15' class V slide with a perfect boof over the sieve, rail slide a log and stick the eddy before the second drop (portaged). Not recommended. DO NOT ENTER THE TUNNEL or risk commitment to this blind drop.
Check out the photos. Front half of red kayak is still in the sieve and pieces of the back half are laying to the left of the falls. We were extremely lucky to walk away from this accident with only a broken boat.
7 years ago
by Matt Wells
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