Cumberland River

Posted by Spalding Hurst

February 7, 2009

Josh, Spalding, Eric, Matt and Ben ran Cumberland below the Falls on Saturday. The river level was 2000cfs. It was 60 degrees, but the water temperature was very cold. Center Rock was pretty washed out. Screaming Right, Stairsteps and Last Drop were very nice at this level. Surfers was in, but a little hard to catch. The paddle out took an hour to do, but the lake level never came into play. Pictures and some video of this trip will be coming soon.

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