Hi Cody. I've run it twice, once at 60K (1996) and last year in the low 40's. There are camps. Not river-close beaches, but still workable. There are good lines in the rapids. We went right at Wild Sheep. Just don't get too far right as there is an Idaho-side ledge-hole about 2/3 down. A commercial trip we saw went left and then pulled across to the right. Once again, don't get too far left, because of the Oregon-side holes. It's very readable if you scout it. Granite is fun and probably a run down the middle. At that level the "Green Room" will be open, i.e., as you approach the horizon near mid-river, look for a big patch of green water mid-river, and enter there. Takes you into a big trough then up a big smooth wave then down the center between the laterals. Great ride. I highly recommend watching some Youtube videos. There are good shots of both Wild Sheep and Granite. There are other big waves and holes. Rush Creek comes to mind, but you can miss them. And there are big wave trains and laterals you you want to be square in. It is big water, but I call it big friendly water. It's a nice trip if you haven't done it before. Great canyon.