Eric Giddens Austin Nickell on the Upper Tule Falls of the South Fork Middle Tule, photo Eric Giddens

The South Fork of the Middle Tule, Class V

I could not have been more excited to get on this run. I had been looking at it since I was able to get on the run lower a few weeks ago. Where this run ends there is a confluence and thus the different fork for an upper run. This run started out crazy with a 30foot waterfall just a quarter mile downstream.
This incredible falls has another difficult drop directly below it but had a really great line down the right. Hopefully with minimal reconnect at the bottom. One in our group took a good hit while the rest of us had relatively easier reconnects.

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Austin Nickell Upper Tule, photo by Eric Giddens

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Evan Moore on the Upper Tule, photo Eric Giddens

Evan Moore dropping into the crack drop, directly below the 30 footer. We were all surprised at how good the run stayed!

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Austin Nickell Upper Tule, photo by Eric Giddens

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Austin Nickell Upper Tule, photo by Eric Giddens

And it just stayed great!

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Austin Nickell Upper Tule, photo by Eric Giddens

here is a video edit from the run!

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