BELOW FLOW STRUCTURE IN SEC 16, T12N,R11E TO CONFLUENCE WITH CLEAR CREEK
STREAMFLOW: 6 CFS
Class III River Run
The Whitewater River Run is a popular destination for experienced white water enthusiasts in Arizona. This run stretches from Flow Structure in Sec 16, T12N, R11E to the confluence with Clear Creek, covering a distance of approximately 8 miles. The ideal streamflow range for this run is between 200-400 cfs, with class III to IV rapids. The run features a variety of rapids and obstacles, including "Snap Dragon," "Picket Fence," and "The Chute."
This section of the river is located within the Prescott National Forest and is subject to specific regulations. Before embarking on the run, visitors must obtain a permit from the Forest Service. Additionally, visitors are required to adhere to Leave No Trace principles, which encourages visitors to leave the area as they found it and minimize their impact on the environment.
In summary, the Whitewater River Run in Arizona covers a distance of approximately 8 miles and features class III to IV rapids. The ideal streamflow range for this run is between 200-400 cfs, and visitors must obtain a permit from the Forest Service and follow Leave No Trace principles.
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