First Broad River. Watauga New River and Catawba Watershed. Big Crabtree Creek.
Nolichucky River. Linville River. North Harper Creek. Jacob Fork River. Henry Fork River. South Fork New River. North Fork New River. Yadkin River Basin. South Fork Mayo River.
Stony Fork Creek. Lewis Fork North Prong.
Lewis Fork South Prong. North Tyger and Tyger Rivers. South Tyger River. Flatwater Suitable for Canoe Camping.
Hiawassee River. Cullasaja River. Alarka Creek. Whiteoak Creek.
Nantahala River. Elk River. Buck Creek. Curtis Creek. Mill Creek. Catawba River.
Muddy Creek. Cheoah River. Slickrock Creek. Deep Creek. Straight Fork. Soco Creek. Forty feet of pure free fall, landing right next to the Parliament Buildings—so much fun. The sport of kayaking has something for every kind of paddler and traveller. Only a few of us ever push it to my extreme where we want to drop over a 90 ft. Most people can master standing waves and certainly can sea kayak or canoe on flat stretches.
Photo by Wes Schrecongost. This famed desert park is located less than three hours from Las Vegas.
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If you're going hiking in the desert, you want to make sure you have the right gear to stay safe. Here, we've handpicked the best headlamp, snack, socks, first aid kit and water filter just for you. Nantahala, many for the first time. Without question, a river of play! Park and Play: Alphabetically By Distance. This one gives novices, beginners and rafters the most trouble. Hug the inside of the curve and stay off of the rock on the outside of the bend.
After that splash thru the waves at the bottom. The river will come to a right hand bend then curve back to the left. As you go around the bend the gradient will start to pick up. There will be a couple of waves then a good play hole with eddys on both sides of the river.
Loops, Blunts, Cartwheels, have fun. A long rapid with two bends in it leading up to the falls. There are some easy to avoid holes in the approach, then eddys on both sides of the river. From there the standard route is left to right following the tongue thru the holes. The constantly evolving wave behind NOC. The locals are constantly shifting the rocks around to tweek the wave.
Nice surf tho. Big slide type rapid created when the railroad relocated the riverbed. Lots of sharp rock, and a fairly substanstial hole at the bottom. As of the high water from a rainy winter, Surfers is pretty much washed out as of May 9th Aside from that its business as usual on the lower. G in octane, eli in spanish fly, CT in ducky, John h and caroline in mini me. Trip went fast, maybe go down to surfers rapid next time. G ran through the meat of quarry hole and did great.
G also had lots of good surfs at the 3 sisters wave just before the ledges takeout. July 6th: Nantahala. Farabee park to the falls. The cold is manageable with gear and good planning. G did most of the rapids in the canoe. He had good lines and excellent surfing. We ate lunch at surfers rapid. Models swam a bunch; G and J were sabotaged by models at falls which caused chaos.
Worser Wesser has been run, but it's pretty dangerous. The rapid was created by blasting and is full of jagged rocks.
Anyone have any beta on running worser wesser? It looks pretty runnable but I have a guide that lists it as a class 6 unrunnable rapid?