UNNAMED TRIB IN SEC 32 TO CONFLUENCE WITH KLAMATH RIVER
STREAMFLOW: 344 CFS
Class II-IV River Run
The Unnamed Tributary in Sec 32 to Confluence with Klamath River is a popular whitewater river run located in California. The ideal streamflow range for this segment is between 500 and 2,000 cubic feet per second (cfs).
The class rating for this section of the river ranges from Class II to Class IV, with Class IV rapids being present in certain areas. The segment is approximately 15 miles long and features numerous rapids and obstacles such as boulder gardens and steep drops.
Specific regulations in the area include the use of personal flotation devices (PFDs) and helmets for all participants on the river. Additionally, boating is only permitted during daylight hours.
In summary, the Unnamed Tributary in Sec 32 to Confluence with Klamath River is a challenging whitewater river run with a recommended streamflow range of 500-2,000 cfs. The segment is approximately 15 miles long and features numerous rapids and obstacles, and specific regulations are in place to ensure safe and responsible boating.
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