HEADWATERS TO CONFLUENCE WITH WEST FORK BLACK RIVER
STREAMFLOW: 1 CFS
Class III-IV River Run
The Whitewater River Run from Headwaters to Confluence with West Fork Black River in Arizona is a popular destination for whitewater rafting enthusiasts. The ideal streamflow range for this segment of the river is between 350-700 cubic feet per second (cfs), with the best time for rafting usually being in the late spring/early summer months.
This segment of the river has been rated as a Class III-IV run, with some challenging rapids and obstacles along the way, including drops, waves, and hydraulics. The total segment mileage is approximately 26 miles, and takes around 2-3 days to complete.
There are several regulations and guidelines for this area, including a permit requirement for overnight camping and a designated take-out point at the confluence with the West Fork Black River. Additionally, all boaters are required to wear a personal flotation device (PFD) at all times while on the river.
Overall, the Whitewater River Run from Headwaters to Confluence with West Fork Black River in Arizona provides a thrilling and challenging whitewater rafting experience for those looking for an adventure on the water.
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