First off. Holy shit. This was the most incredible experience I’ve ever had, and I’m not sure it’s even close. If you are reading this and get to go on this trip then no matter what is happening in your life, go. It is just incredible.
I’m not going to write a lot about this trip, rather I’m going to post the pics as they tell most of the story. Words can’t really describe this place. The answers to the obvious questions are as follows:
|What was the flow?||2ft @ Boundary|
|When did you launch?||June 28|
|How many people?||18|
|How was the weather?||It was 100 everyday|
|What are the best campsites?||Honestly, they’re all good|
|What would you do different?||Uh, get new coolers, a permit, and run the main|
Gotta get the boats in the water. The launch here is as intimidating as it is elegant. You slide that boat down the ramp and you know that you have 100 miles of whitewater in front of you to get back. Sleep well!
Delish. Not pictured were some other pretty extravagant offerings by the team. Most all our meals were based around using the wok or “discada.” While heavy, it cut down on all the other kitchen stuff and was really efficient.
Fear not. Your campsites are not a worry. You will not only be happy, but impressed.
Sights & Springs
Hot springs everyday, scenery in every direction.
Water & Other Awesomeness
Incredible amount of whitewater over 100 miles. You’ll be doing things the entire time, albeit at 2ft it was more technical than anything. There is a lifetime of exploration here, you can’t even begin to conquer all the hiking and scenery this place has to offer.