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Old 04-04-2014   #11
Highlands Ranch, CO Paddling Since: 1993
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Yes, it is runnable in your raft, but with the resume of rivers you listed I would suggest getting more experience first.

Go run the numbers at high water, get some mid to high water runs through the royal gorge. Go hit cross mtn at low to mid flows.

It is an easy carry around upper death and if anything else looks to crazy the bike path is a great portage trail.

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