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Difficulty IV-V
Length 6.7 Miles
Gauge N/A
Flow Range
Reach Info Last Updated 08/05/2015 9:45 pm

River Description


Logistics:
This is a hike-in run located in the Upper Skagit River drainage. You can access the take-out and the trailhead for the hike in at Highway 20 mile 141.2. From the trailhead it's about a six mile hike up to the put-in. In theory you could access the put-in for this run from Hart's Pass, but in practice you will probably end up doing just as much hiking to get in from the top and a whole lot more driving.

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Hale Hanaway
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14 years ago

After having an awsome day on Granite Creek, we decided to give the six mile hike in to canyon creek a try.
Afterwards we decided it would be better to do granite both days.
The hike in was not bad, but the rapids were meager and only one notable class V drop that was manky and not worth running.
If you like to look at old mining wreckage, and pretty scenery. Maybe its worth doing.

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Gage Descriptions

Visual. Look for flows of 200-400 cfs after the North Cascades Highway opens

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Directions Description


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TAKE ACTION: Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest Plan Open for Comment

9/15/2011
Thomas O'Keefe

The Forest Service is developing a new Forest Plan for the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest and has released a Proposed Action. The Forest Service is accepting public comment on this plan that will guide management for the next decade or more. 

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Thomas O'Keefe

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Matt Muir

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1205217 08/05/15 Thomas O'Keefe access fixed
1193275 09/06/05 n/a n/a