Scott, California, US
|Usual Difficulty||II-V (for normal flows)|
|SCOTT R NR FORT JONES CA|
|usgs-11519500||800 - 3000 cfs||II-V||00h25m||25.3 cfs (too low)|
The Scott River is a jewel, draining out of the Northern Trinity Alps, the towns of Callahan, Etna, and the North Side of Quartz Valley Reservation to join the Klamath River in the town of Steelhead California.
Fun Spots: Schuler Gulch Rapid and Panther Creek
Using the Put-In at Bridge Flat River Access and running to Hamburg is about 11.3 miles in length.
Takeout in Hamburg.
Reference: Cassady & Calhoun, Holbek & Stanley, Schwind
|Mile||Rapid Name||Class||Features (Legend)|
|2.0||Schuler Gulch Rapid||N/A|
Highwater Class 4