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  1. Whitewater Rafting
    There was a discussion on another thread about round boat vs cat designs for a sweep boat. I think the long parallel tubes allow a cat to track significantly better. My boat is built on 20' x 30" tubes. Below is some video from a recent MFS trip.
  2. Whitewater Kayaking
    Greetings, The MF Salmon is running around 1.7' and I'm curious to know if anyone has kayaked Loon Creek at low water?
  3. Rafting | Trip Planner
    Putting in mid-July on the Snake River through Hell's Canyon. I've done this reach at "extreme" and "normal" flows, but never as low as 7000 cfs. American Whitewater says that 7000 is the lower limit of runnable. I'll be running 14&16-foot rafts/cats along with some kayaks. Any beta on the...
  4. Kayaking | Trip Planner
    At the current level of around 200cfs which do you recommend as the better run. I'm looking to take a pretty new paddler down one of these this weekend. Looking for something II+ or III-. I'm open to other Arkansas Valley suggestions as well. I used the search but didn't really find an answer...
  5. Whitewater Kayaking
    Are there any rivers in Colorado or neighboring states that run year round? Maybe I'm just in denial because the water is dropping.
  6. Kayaking | Trip Planner
    hey... anyone interested in checkin cross mtn gorge out at low water? hit me up! mica
  7. Kayaking | Trip Planner
    I was planning on getting a group of Chaffee county paddlers together for a low flow trip over Cottonwood Pass for one last run on the Taylor. The gauges say 250 below the dam, and the New Testament says the minimum is 200. I ran it at 300 last year and it seemed low, but still do-able, and most...
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