The Whitewater River Run from 2W01 Crossing to Mojave Reservoir in California is a thrilling whitewater adventure suitable for experienced paddlers. The ideal streamflow range for this section of the river is between 200-800 cfs. The class rating for this section of the river ranges from Class III to Class V, depending on the water levels. The segment mileage of this run is approximately 10 miles.
Some of the specific river rapids and obstacles that paddlers will encounter on this section of the river include "Sledgehammer," a Class IV rapid with a steep drop and powerful hydraulics, and "The Chute," a Class V rapid with a narrow channel and steep drops. Paddlers should also be prepared for numerous boulder gardens and technical rapids throughout the run.
It is important to note that the Whitewater River Run is located in the San Bernardino National Forest, and specific regulations apply to the area. Permits are required for all overnight camping, and all visitors must abide by Leave No Trace principles. Additionally, there are restrictions on campfires, and all food and trash must be stored in bear-resistant containers.