MCCLURE PLACE (NORTH FORK) TO NF BOUNDARY AT PAYNE PLACE (DEPT. OF FISH AND GAME LAND)
STREAMFLOW: 109 CFS
Class III-IV River Run
The Whitewater River Run from McClure Place (North Fork) to NF Boundary at Payne Place (Dept. of Fish and Game Land) in California is a popular destination for rafters and kayakers. The ideal streamflow range for this stretch of the river is between 200 and 700 cubic feet per second (cfs). This stretch of the river is rated as a Class III-IV and is suitable for intermediate to advanced paddlers.
The segment mileage of this run is approximately 6 miles, with several rapids and obstacles along the way. Some of the most notable rapids include "Pinball," "Screaming Left," and "Sidewinder." These rapids range from Class III to Class IV and require skilled maneuvering to navigate safely.
There are specific regulations and guidelines that visitors to this area must follow. The California Department of Fish and Wildlife requires all visitors to have a valid fishing license and follow all fishing regulations. Additionally, visitors must follow all Leave No Trace principles and pack out all trash and waste.
In conclusion, the Whitewater River Run from McClure Place (North Fork) to NF Boundary at Payne Place (Dept. of Fish and Game Land) is a challenging and exciting destination for experienced paddlers. The ideal streamflow range is between 200 and 700 cfs, and the segment mileage is approximately 6 miles. Visitors must follow specific regulations and guidelines to ensure the protection of this beautiful natural area.
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