Last of the whitewater on this section, it starts with a small island on the left side. Go to either side (the left side has a small shady channel if the water is not too low), then down to a small surfing hole (above 750 cfs). Below this the river bends right with a nice wave train. Pass by the open rocky commercial outfitters take-out to a small cove just below. Then dump the water out of your boat, and up the stairs to the Jim Thorpe railroad parking lot and gawking tourists.
|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.