Originally Posted by deepsouthpaddler
Nice. Been wondering what that looked like.
At current levels, you could run Foxton Boulder Garden to the confluence in about 2 hours. At the current 600 - 800 cfs range, it's pretty much flooded Class III/IVish, with some very serious wood. (Note....log in one of the slots in the boulder garden as of Sunday).
As others have noted, Foxton has terrific wave surfing above 650 or so.
Finish Foxton with Waterton! Eddies are scarce and the current is swift on the banks of Waterton. You'd want to scout the bottom of Waterton after the first rapid that runs into that big house rock. If you didn't scout your lines on Waterton, it could very well kill you. No joke whitewater in there.