CLAVEY RIVER AT CONFLUENCE OF BELL AND LILY CREEKS TO 3N01
STREAMFLOW: 6 CFS
Class IV-V River Run
The Clavey River is a challenging run located in the Stanislaus National Forest in California. The ideal streamflow range for this run is between 200 and 800 cfs. The segment mileage for the Clavey River run is approximately 10 miles, beginning at the confluence of Bell and Lily Creeks and ending at 3N01.
This run is rated as Class IV-V and is not recommended for beginners. The rapids on this run include Technical, Clavey Falls, and Staircase, which are all challenging and require advanced paddling skills. The river also contains many obstacles such as boulders, logs, and steep drops.
There are specific regulations that need to be followed when paddling the Clavey River. The river is located in a protected wilderness area, and therefore, no motorized vehicles are allowed on or near the river. Camping is allowed in designated areas only, and all waste must be packed out. Additionally, all paddlers must obtain a permit from the Stanislaus National Forest Service.
Overall, the Clavey River run is a challenging and exciting experience for advanced paddlers. It is important to follow the regulations and safety guidelines to ensure a safe and enjoyable trip.
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