GRAND CANYON COLORADO RIVER 2012

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  4. Rapids

    This page is for discussing the various rapids in Grand Canyon and how to navigate them.

    The first thing to remember in Grand Canyon is you have the ability to scout almost every rapid you will run, with few exceptions.

    The second thing to remember is everything changes! Water levels change throughout the day, changing available runs in the rapids. Side streams flash, rearranging the rocks in a rapid. When in doubt, stop, get out of your boat, and scout it out!

    House Rock Rapid at river mile 17.1 is a rapid worth the scout. The run is a cross river ferry to the right, moving to river right to bypass a large hole on river left. If you scout this rapid on the left, you exit the shore going right. If you scout from the right, you must exit the shore pulling upstream to river left, then turn and start pulling to river right. Given that info, you might want to consider scouting this one on the left.Canyon REO - 800.637.4604 - Grand Canyon & Colorado River ...
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GRAND CANYON COLORADO RIVER 2012

COLORADO RIVER 2012

The Colorado River (Mohave: 'Aha Kwahwat,[6] Havasupai: Ha Ŧay Gʼam or Sil Gsvgov,[7] Spanish: Río Colorado) is the principal river of the southwestern United States and northwest Mexico. The 1,450-mile (2,330 km) river flows from the Rocky Mountains…


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The Colorado River (Mohave: 'Aha Kwahwat,[6] Havasupai: Ha Ŧay Gʼam or Sil Gsvgov,[7] Spanish: Río Colorado) is the principal river of the southwestern United States and northwest Mexico. The 1,450-mile (2,330 km) river flows from the Rocky Mountains to the Gulf of California, draining 246,000 square miles (640,000 km2) in parts of seven U.S. and two Mexican states.

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