The top drop was changed either last winter or this winter, just some reshaping but minor, that should be relatively unchanged. They did a little work to the middle drop but the last drop has had the work, they've built an island in the middle and created an easier boat chute on river right. curious to see how it behaves this year
The whitewater park shouldn't be anything more than punch through or skirt at most levels(<~2500 cfs), just paddle hard. the bigger drop to worry about is Psychadelic Falls a couple hundred yards downstream (if you float all the way to McCabes Lane), its a bigger drop with a few distinct steps. not that bad but need to be on your toes.
The Taylor is fun but be aware it is a much smaller river than the Colorado or Green, and is much more technical. Even on the Lower Taylor requires lots of heads up awareness and manuevering, oftentimes through only one available line. There are countless sleepers and while they wont cause problems, they can quickly get annoying. Hopefully the good snow levels in the headwaters will give you guys better water levels so you dont have to work much. It can also go quick too, take time and hang out in the eddys to extend time.
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