Join us for a season opener like no other on the beautiful North Fork of the Smith River!
To start the spring off right, we are venturing out into the Six Rivers National Forest for a run down the wild and scenic North Fork of the Smith River. This twelve mile stretch of river is full of exciting class III-IV rapids, dramatic Serpentine gorges and gardens of the carnivorous California pitcher plant (Darlingtonia californica).
The north fork is a seldom run river due to its small window for runnable flows. Completely rain and snow fed, the river waters are filtered through rough serpentine soils allowing for the crystal green color of its waters.
Extremely picturesque and one of the best whitewater runs on the Pacific Coast, the North Fork of the Smith River is one not to miss!
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