HEADWATERS IN SISKIYOU WILDERNESS TO UNNAMED TRIB IN SEC 32, T14N, R6E
STREAMFLOW: 339 CFS
Class IV-V River Run
The Whitewater River run from Headwaters in Siskiyou Wilderness to Unnamed Trib in Sec 32, T14N, R6E in California is a challenging and exciting run for experienced kayakers and rafters. The ideal streamflow range for this run is between 400-1000 cfs. This range provides the best conditions for a thrilling yet safe run. The class rating for this run is class IV-V, which means it is a highly technical and difficult run. The segment mileage for this run is approximately 11 miles.
Some specific river rapids and obstacles on this run include the "Slam Dunk," "The Notch," and "The Squeeze." These rapids require expert navigation and careful planning to successfully navigate. It is crucial to understand the water flow and the specific obstacles before attempting this run.
Specific regulations to the area include obtaining a permit for the Siskiyou Wilderness and following Leave No Trace principles. It is important to respect the pristine natural environment and avoid leaving any trace behind.
Overall, the Whitewater River run is a thrilling and challenging adventure for experienced kayakers and rafters. With the ideal streamflow range, class IV-V rating, specific river rapids/obstacles, and regulations to the area, this run provides an exciting and safe experience for those who are up for the challenge.
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