Originally Posted by Avatard
I wonder at what point the government will consider removing a large rock or two to provide a safe channel passage.
Blossom Bar was extensively blasted in the 1930s and 1940s by Glen Wooldridge and other early guides, using dynamite provided by the Forest Service. The rapid was completely impassable before they blasted it out. Glen always said that he had wanted to work on it some more, but in about 1949 the government decided to prohibit further blasting.
I'd say that the chances of any change in that policy are nil.