CLEAR CREEK WILDERNESS BOUNDARY TO DISPERSED CAMPING AREA AT CLEAR CREEK CAMPGROUND
STREAMFLOW: 28 CFS
Class III-V River Run
The Clear Creek Wilderness Boundary to Dispersed Camping Area at Clear Creek Campground in Arizona is a popular whitewater river run for experienced paddlers. The ideal streamflow range for this segment is between 200 and 1,500 cfs, with the prime season being between March and May. The class rating varies between Class III and Class V, depending on the water level.
The segment mileage is approximately 12 miles and includes challenging rapids such as Guide's Revenge, Wall Street, and Corkscrew. Paddlers should be aware of specific river obstacles such as strainers and sieves, especially during high water levels.
The area is subject to specific regulations, including a permit system for overnight camping and a required safety briefing for all paddlers. Additionally, motorized watercraft are not permitted on this segment of the river.
Sources such as the American Whitewater website and the Bureau of Land Management provide reliable information on streamflow, rapids, and regulations for this segment. Paddlers should check these sources before planning a trip to ensure accurate and up-to-date information.
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