Toutle, S. Fork - Harrington Place to Big Wolf Creek


Toutle, S. Fork, Washington, US

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Harrington Place to Big Wolf Creek

Usual Difficulty II-III (for normal flows)
Length 11 Miles
Max Gradient 68 fpm

Gauge Information

Name Range Difficulty Updated Level
SOUTH FORK TOUTLE RIVER AT TOUTLE, WA
usgs-14241500 700 - 3000 cfs II-III 3y340d22h57m 370 cfs (too low)


River Description

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Lat/Longitude data are very approximate.
StreamTeam Status: Not Verified
Last Updated: 2007-04-16 14:11:59

Rapid Descriptions

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User Comments

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May 31 2011 (2333 days ago)
grayswg (153151)
Joe's comments on 4/16/07 are correct. I regularly raft this for my work and this section below the
locked 4100 road bridge may have a class II but mostly I's all the way down. I believe the
associated map is also incorrect; Herrington Place is down more at the mouth of Herrington Creek
itself; you should be able to access this coming in from the North on DNR property but I have never
tried.
April 16 2007 (3839 days ago)
Joe SauveDetails
On 4/14/07 I drove to the SF with the intention of running it. However, the access road
(Weyerhauser rd #4100) is closed at the bridge about 9 miles up Road 4100. This bridge is basically
mid-way through the run and according to Korb's write up in Bennett serves as the "uppermost
takeout". So the access to the upper 6 miles of the run (where most of the whitewater is) is gated
off. You can run from this bridge down, but it looked mostly flat with some class 2-, so we headed
to the NF instead.


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