The Whitewater River run on George Creek in California is an exciting adventure for experienced kayakers and rafters. The ideal streamflow range for this run is between 200-700 cfs. The class rating for this section of the river is Class V, making it a challenging and technical run. The total mileage of the segment is approximately 7 miles. The river rapids and obstacles include steep drops, tight chutes, and several large boulders to navigate around.
Due to the challenging nature of this run, there are specific regulations in place to ensure safety. All boaters are required to wear a personal flotation device and a helmet. Additionally, it is recommended that boaters have previous Class V paddling experience before attempting this run. The run is also subject to seasonal closures due to high water levels or fire risks.