WET BEAVER CREEK WILDERNESS BOUNDARY TO PRIVATE LAND IN SEC 32, T15N, R6E
STREAMFLOW: 7 CFS
Class III River Run
The Wet Beaver Creek Wilderness Boundary to Private Land in Sec 32, T15N, R6E is a popular whitewater river run in Arizona. The ideal streamflow range for this section of the river is between 200 and 400 cubic feet per second (cfs). The class rating for this section is class III, meaning it has moderate difficulty and requires some maneuvering through rapids.
The segment mileage for this section of the river is approximately 2.5 miles. The river rapids and obstacles in this section include House Rock Rapid, which is the most challenging rapid on the run, as well as several smaller rapids and rock gardens.
Specific regulations to the area include a limit of one un-motorized watercraft per person, per day. Additionally, all trash and human waste must be packed out of the area. The use of glass containers is also prohibited.
Overall, the Wet Beaver Creek Wilderness Boundary to Private Land in Sec 32, T15N, R6E is a popular whitewater river run with moderate difficulty. The ideal streamflow range, class rating, segment mileage, river rapids/obstacles and specific regulations are all important factors to consider before embarking on this adventure.
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