With a summer such as this one every day encouraged a new story making it difficult to pick a place to begin. I jumped at every opportunity that came my way, with each endeavor being more personally monumental than the last. It started this spring, … Read More →
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This was a great little creek. A little bit on the mank side, but really fun none the less. Its really hard to catch at the right flows, I definitely lucked out on this one. Class IV-V Placerville, CA I have included some shots of … Read More →
A stunning Class V adventure from January 2011! One of my favorite California runs yet, check out the HD Video!
The South Fork of the Yuba river has a wide variety of whitewater for every type of paddler. This is a proven training ground for stepping up your kayaking game. However its window of opportunity is quite small. If it’s running while you are in … Read More →
This December I have been playing on the Yuba with a break day to play on the American River. The North Fork American exploded with 9,000 raging down the middle, and 11 down the north. We put on at the confluence with around 21,000 in … Read More →