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Old 10-29-2009   #11
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Whoops make that click on rivers

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Old 10-29-2009   #12
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Shoshone River in Cody, Wyoming is still running 800cfs and temps this weekend are hitting 60's.

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Old 10-29-2009   #13
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The Gauley might deserve a vote here - 150 ish rapids in 26 miles - mostly class IV, a few V, some III.
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Old 10-29-2009   #14
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... hard to beat the Opal Creek Run on the Little North Fork of the Santiam in Oregon. I know not what you asked for 'most class 4 in Co., N.C., Ca.'.....
No, no, no, no....not meant to limit the scope. This is awesome! Exactly what I was looking for minus the lapping one mile o'er 'n' o'er!

Thanks to everybody who's posting....keep it coming, please!
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Old 10-29-2009   #15
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In regards to Tobin on the N.F. Feather...Freakin great run but I think it is worth mentioning that it is pretty stacked up and there are some high consequences in a few places (it is the closest thing in CA to the runnable CO mank out here). It is sort of notorious for scaring the crap out of class IV boaters. If you are looking for lower stress, quality class IV, Tobin isn't it. A lot of class V boaters might rate it at IV+, but the general boating public would not.

So depending on what you are looking for, it might be what you are looking for, or it might not. Just thought I would add my .02. Love talkin Cali.
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Old 10-30-2009   #17
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Old 11-10-2009   #19
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In Colorado the "Big South" Most if it is class IV and the V's are easy to walk around. It's got it all gradient, wilderness, easy portage if needed, the only down side is the USFS is very slow in opening the road. But you can always go up to Trail Ridge and do the whole thing. I've also heard of some folks who found a realtively short hike in to the bottom half before the road opens.
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Old 11-10-2009   #20
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Lake Creek around or above 1000 cfs as some great class IV. Not sure if it is the best out there but there is miles and miles of class 4 with only a couple of class V's to portage.

Also I still think the numbers above 2500 are hard to beat for great class 4 play boatin..

"I feel better than any other time when I am in the mountains and uh I cant explain it ya know...." - Shawn Farmer..........
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