Rockcastle River

Posted by Spalding Hurst

April 23, 2007

800cfs

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On Saturday, Josh and I along with a large group of Vikings ran the Rockcastle river. The weather was extraordinary and the water level was at a very fun level of 800cfs. This made for bigger whitewater on the run and linked up the rapids. Rapids 01 and 02 become one rapid and 03 and 04 another. The biggest rapids in the Lower Narrows was kind of like running what I am calling the “medium three”, similar to the big three on the Big South Fork.

The Rockcastle is always fun. And I have the pictures to prove it!

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