The Whitewater River Run Nf Boundary To Confluence With Yellow Creek in California is a challenging and rewarding experience for experienced kayakers and rafters. The ideal streamflow range for this stretch of river is between 400 and 800 cfs, providing a thrilling ride through class III and IV rapids.
The segment mileage of this run is approximately 8.5 miles and includes a variety of river rapids and obstacles, including the infamous "Meatgrinder" rapid. Other notable rapids include "S-Turn" and "Pinball". Paddlers should be aware of the risks associated with these rapids and should have appropriate safety equipment.
Specific regulations to this area include the requirement for a permit to access the river, which can be obtained from the Bureau of Land Management website. Additionally, all watercraft must have a valid California registration or be exempt from registration.