Difficulty IV-V+
Length 14 Miles
Gauge N/A
Flow Range
Reach Info Last Updated 05/27/2020 10:54 pm

River Description


Look for 200+ cfs on the SF Little Butte Creek gauge.    The upper limits of flow are not known to AW, tread carefully over 500 cfs.

Check out the description in Jason Rackley's excellent Oregon Kayaking site, but DO NOT use their shuttle directions.


And another description at Into the Outside, DO use these shuttle directions.

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Last Chance! National Monuments Review Comments

Thomas O'Keefe

Take action today using our easy online form to protect National Monuments designated under the Antiquities Act! A public comment period began on May 12th and ends July 10th for an April 26th Executive Order which directed Interior Secretary Zinke to conduct a review of all Presidential designations over the past 21 years. A number of Monuments being reviewed are of significant interest to paddlers and provide protections for cherished whitewater stretches, including Bears Ears (Lower San Juan River, UT), Grand Canyon-Parashant (Colorado River, Grand Canyon, AZ), Giant Sequoia National Monument (Tule River, CA), Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument (East Branch of the Penobscot River, ME), Rio Grande del Norte National Monument (Rio Grande, Taos Boxes, NM) and many more.


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