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Old 02-12-2010   #21
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Christian, I am stoked for Bridge myself. Devils is the best 2 night 3 day I have ever done.

Ian, I am definitely focused on an overnighter in Cali. Livingston and I are hitting something for sure. Flows are going to be tricky with all this water they got and after being in the Devils Canyon at 1300, there is no interest on this end for anything more than maybe 1500. I have heard that it gets very rowdy in there and for what I think was 37 miles... I am not up for a white knuck fest in there for 3 days! But let me be super clear Devils Canyon is THE best overnighter I have ever done.

As mentioned here, Mill Creek is a super special spot. Very remote, don't even remember hearing planes in there. That said, it's not a very tough run if you are looking for a bit of push. I haven't done Deer Creek yet, and that is going to be on our list if Devils is too high. The drainage that feeds these Deer/Mill is very low altitude. Basically its a flush once the temps hit and you gotta catch it on the way up or on the way down.
Please keep me in the loop of these plans. I may be able to mule the boats out back/forth.

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Old 02-14-2010   #22
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Clark's Fork of the Yellowstone might fit the bill, although it's only one night in and that can be car camped with a hike, so maybe not. Other nearby stretches could fill in a couple more days on a trip tho. It does have the added advantage of running in late July/August when most stuff around here is tapped out.

Another possibility in that area is the Stillwater--see "3 Day Mission" in the Montana Surf guidebook. Although that probably falls more into the "monster hike in V+" category.

Half the drive of Cali...

I've a suggestion to keep you all occupied...learn to swim!
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