Embick: "very steep, very fast, and very continuous." He says that it's been run exactly once, on July 30, 1983, by himself and Steve Jordan.
They didn't run just this river; they got provisions at the confluence with the Copper and floated down to Chitina, and Embick recommends that plan .
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