The vast majority of boaters I know would disagree with you.As far as I'm concerned, he has a point. Colorado creates these "whitewater parks" which are really just play features intended SOLELY for playboating. I would think a true "whitewater park" should have obstacles, multiple routes, and require some skill in paddling to get through.
It's pretty sad that Colorado--known for its whitewater--can't build a park worth a shiat...you have to go east to find one of those.
All of this talk and not a single pic or vid of this terrible, dangerous keeper hole?
You guys are a absolute shit show. It's no big deal, just lost all my oars and bob had his raft surfed for a hr. Have fun with that man made weir.Apparently this guy wasn't there last year or this year when there have been hundreds of people on the shore cheering for boats as they go through.
We've rowed every couple days since April. Longest high water season we've seen in a long time. Corner Pocket is nasty this year as they slowed it down and now Ponderosa is pretty awesome. I was a paddler in the red boat, lost all three oars on that run. We cleaned it through the center 2 days later. Keeper hole my ass.