FROM TOE OF DAM ON WEST END OF UKONOM LAKE TO CONFLUENCE WITH KLAMATH RIVER
STREAMFLOW: 108 CFS
Class III-IV River Run
The whitewater river run from Toe of Dam on West End of Ukonom Lake to Confluence with Klamath River is located in the state of California. The ideal streamflow range for this run is between 800-1800 cfs. This class III-IV river run spans a total of 8.5 miles. The rapids and obstacles on this river run include the "Toe of the Dam" rapid, which is a steep drop with a large hole at the bottom, and the "Horseshoe Bend" rapid, which requires expert maneuvering to avoid boulders and a large hole.
It's important to note that this run is located within the Klamath National Forest, and specific regulations apply to the area. Visitors must obtain a permit and follow Leave No Trace principles when using the river. Additionally, the use of motorized watercraft is prohibited on this section of the river.