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Difficulty IV
Length 3.17 Miles
Flow Range 5.00 - 10.00 FT
Flow Rate as of: 35 minutes ago 2.35 [FT]
Reach Info Last Updated 12/18/2014 2:27 pm

River Description

Gomer, on Boater Talk, suggests that this one be checked out. It's smaller than Citico. "Break out the Micro 230 or Topo for this one!"

The last mile to the citico confluence drops 280 feet.

Driving up the road for Doublecamp is worth it, but you only need to run the last half mile for some seriously fun drops.

Multiple 3 and 4 foot drops that are only about 8 feet wide give this stream a unique and beautiful character.

Just beware, Doublecamp is usually full of trees (2 trees made one of the rapids just before the confuluence unrunnable as of Feb 23rd, 2003 so please use caution and scout!)


For more information click on the link below:

Rapid Descriptions


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richie janow
7 years ago

I was unsure if I was ready to run this section but after reading the comments for it I think I will go for it.

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8 years ago

hi,So nice of you to list down all activities & engphniaps in Singapore. I like visiting yr blog as it give me ideas & where to bring my kids on a hot sunny day :)

Gage Descriptions

Don't bother 'less the Tellico's roarin.

Look for the Tellico to be over 5' and rising...

Directions Description

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Condit Dam (White Salmon River WA) Removal Agreement

John Gangemi

September 22, 1999 PacifiCorp signed an agreement to remove Condit Dam on the White Salmon River in Southwest Washington State. The culmination of two years of negotiations between state and federal agencies, American Whitewater, and 13 other environmental groups. The agreement calls for removal of the 125-foot-tall concrete dam that since 1913 has diverted water from the natural channel obstructing downstream navigation and blocking upstream fish passage.

Daniel Fosbinder


mark cumnock


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1203933 12/18/14 Daniel Fosbinder