HEADWATERS IN SEC 14, T19N, R5E TO CONFLUENCE WITH OAK CREEK
STREAMFLOW: 31 CFS
Class III-IV River Run
The Whitewater River Run in Arizona is a challenging and exciting whitewater adventure. The ideal streamflow range for this run is between 200-600 cfs, although it can be run at higher flows with experienced paddlers. This segment of the river is rated as Class III-IV, with rapids such as the "Narrows" and "Rock Drop" providing exhilarating drops and tight chutes.
The segment mileage for this run is approximately 8 miles, beginning in Section 14, T19N, R5E and ending at the confluence with Oak Creek. Along the way, paddlers will encounter technical rapids, large boulders, and potentially hazardous hydraulics.
It is important to note that this section of the river is located on private property, and paddlers must obtain permission from the landowner prior to accessing the river. Additionally, there are no designated put-in or take-out points, so be sure to plan accordingly and respect the landowner's property and boundaries.
Overall, the Whitewater River Run is a challenging and exciting whitewater adventure for experienced paddlers. With its technical rapids, tight chutes, and potential hazards, it is important to approach this run with caution and respect for the landowner's property.
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