NF BOUNDARY TO CONFLUENCE WITH NORTH FORK FEATHER RIVER
STREAMFLOW: 54 CFS
Class III River Run
The Whitewater River Run NF Boundary To Confluence With North Fork Feather River is a popular destination for whitewater rafting enthusiasts in California. The ideal streamflow range for this section of the river is between 700-2000 cfs, which typically occurs from May through June. The class rating for this stretch of river ranges from class III to IV, offering exciting rapids and challenging obstacles.
The segment mileage for this river run is approximately 6 miles, starting at the NF Boundary and ending at the Confluence with the North Fork Feather River. Some of the specific river rapids and obstacles in this section include Devil's Elbow, Zeta, and Carnage.
It is important to note that there are specific regulations and guidelines for this area, including the need for a permit from the Plumas National Forest, as well as restrictions on group size and camping. Additionally, visitors are required to pack out all trash and human waste to help preserve the natural beauty of the area.