FOREST ROAD 94 TO CONFLUENCE WITH MIDDLE FORK FEATHER WSR
STREAMFLOW: 168 CFS
Class IV-V River Run
The Whitewater River Run from Forest Road 94 to the Confluence with Middle Fork Feather WSR in California is a thrilling and challenging experience for whitewater enthusiasts. The ideal streamflow range for this run is between 600 and 800 cfs. The class rating for this run is Class IV-V, with some sections reaching Class V+. The segment mileage is approximately 8 miles.
There are several specific river rapids and obstacles on this run, including "The Toilet Bowl," "The Sieve," "Deadman's Drop," and "The Waterfall." These rapids and obstacles provide an exhilarating experience for experienced paddlers but should only be attempted by those with advanced skills and experience.
It is important to note that there are specific regulations to the area, including the requirement of a permit to access the river and a limit on the number of people allowed in the area at one time. Additionally, there are restrictions on camping and fires in the area. It is important to review all regulations and obtain the necessary permits before embarking on this adventure.