There are two significant logjams on this run that require portaging. The forst and larger of them happens where the river appears to have changed course fairly recently (Google Earth shows a lefthand bend where there's now a an oxbow with the main channel heading right). The old channel looks like an easy portage route but after 200 yards is blocked by more huge logjams. There's lots of other incidental wood. I'm going to avoid this run.
11 years ago
by Constantine Papadakis
Excerpts from the River Management Plan Covering Recreation
Visual. Look for flows of 800-1500
cfs (based on Bennett guidebook)
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