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Old 06-21-2005   #1
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Woody Creek beta

I'm going boating with some beginners this weekend. They’re all fairly new boaters and some will be in duckies. They’ll be dressed warm enough for swims and are pretty gung-ho. Cemetery shouldn't give them any problems but I'm interested to hear opinions about Toothache and Woody Creek. I’ve never run either of these sections personally.



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Old 06-21-2005   #2
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Lower Woody Creek is fairly continuous in some sections and it could be a pain chasing gear if you have two go down at once. The run itself is not terribly difficult, although Toothache is a significant rapid (III- III+?) and is a good deal harder than anything on Cemetary. Water is cold.
Upper Woody Creek- the section between Slaughterhouse and Lower - is much easier. Maybe take 'em on that first?
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