Actually, the satellite photo pretty much tells it all.
At low water the next two rapids can seem to take forever to get down, but can provide a day's worth of eddy turn practice if you have enough energy at this point.
A wide stretch with bunches of rocks of all sizes. Go down the center-left, picking you way between the rocks. Some nice surfing holes are just off the left bank down near the bottom. A short stretch of flat water and you will be in Sea of Rocks.
Most of the rocks are under water at this flow of 1200 cfs.
|This information is my opinion only
and may not reflect actual conditions.
It is based on my usually hazy memory,
and should not be used to decide whether
you or your guides are qualified to run the river.