California Whitewater

ROAD 24N01 CROSSING AT THE "SLAB" TO NF BOUNDARY


STREAMFLOW: 256 CFS

Class III-IV River Run

The Whitewater River Run Road 24N01 Crossing at the "Slab" to NF Boundary is a popular destination for whitewater enthusiasts in California. The ideal streamflow range for this segment of the river is between 300 and 800 cfs, which provides a thrilling yet manageable experience for experienced paddlers. The segment runs for approximately 10 miles and is rated as a Class III-IV run, featuring several challenging rapids and obstacles such as "S-turns", "The Narrows", and "Cherry Bomb."

Specific regulations to the area include a permit requirement for all visitors, limited group sizes, and a strict "leave no trace" policy to protect the fragile ecosystem surrounding the river. It is also important to note that this segment of the river is only accessible during certain times of the year and may be closed during periods of high water or other hazardous conditions.

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ROAD 24N01 CROSSING AT THE "SLAB" TO NF BOUNDARY
Last Updated 2024-04-25
River Levels 44 cfs (1.53 ft)
Percent of Normal 246%
Reporting Streamgauge ELDER C NR PASKENTA CA
Elevation 716 ft.
River
Watershed Upper Elder-Upper Thomes

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