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Rainy Spring Creeking – Rivière d’Ay and a Failed Mission on the Ozon

Rainy Spring Creeking – Rivière d’Ay and a Failed Mission on the Ozon

We had a really rainy spring, meaning that we could go paddling on the winter runs in warm temperatures, it was so nice!!! Tom, Mateo and I ran 2 laps on a high water classic, the Rivière d’Ay, a full on 2km gorge with continuous rapids. After they left, my...
“Well that was big” | Paddling a creek 4 times the standard flow

“Well that was big” | Paddling a creek 4 times the standard flow

The Green River in Saluda, North Carolina is one of the most famous rivers in the world, particularly the Narrows section. Standard, 1 unit releases are about 8 inches or roughly 180 cfs which is a great run for people running class 5 runs for their first time all the...