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Old 04-22-2005   #1
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How's Cross Mtn at 4000 cfs?

Are people still doing Cross Mtn?

How hard is it at 4000 cfs? I've done it at 2000 cfs and didn't think it was that bad, but I'm worried what some of the rapids are like at high flows.

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Old 04-24-2005   #2
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I paddled it on Tuesday 4/19 at around 4000, and it was lots of fun. Lots of big waves and holes, but nothing very technical. Big holes are easy to miss, and it was very easy to sneak Mammoth on the right. My line in Snakepit was sneak far right at the top then work center and head down the middle til the bottom.
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