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WHITE PINE (INDIAN GRAVE CREEK) TO WILDERNESS GATEWAY BRIDGE

Whitewater River Run





Idaho Lochsa River

White Pine (Indian Grave Creek) To Wilderness Gateway Bridge

Class IV- TO IV+ Difficulty

STREAMFLOW: 3,890 CFS

Runnable
91°, Sunny

The White Pine Indian Grave Creek to Wilderness Gateway Bridge River Run on the Lochsa River in Idaho is a challenging Class III-IV whitewater experience. The run is characterized by tight, technical rapids, and numerous obstacles including boulders, holes, and waves. The best time to float this section of the river is from May to July with recommended flows between 3,000 and 5,000 cfs. Experienced whitewater enthusiasts will enjoy the adrenaline rush and breathtaking scenery of the surrounding wilderness. However, novices should consider hiring a guide or gaining significant experience before attempting this run.

Weather today, Sunny, with a high near 91. Calm wind.

Status Runnable
Class Level IV- to IV+
Elevation 1,456 ft
Run Length 19.0 Mi
Streamflow Discharge 3890 cfs
Gauge Height 4.5 ft
Reporting Streamgage Lochsa River Nr Lowell Id
USGS 13337000

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