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Great Northern Whitewater Resort/Glacier River School
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West Glacier, MT

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The Lower Whitewater Kayaking Trip on the Clarks Fork Yellowstone River



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The Lower Info
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Put In:  Three Miles Upstream of the Take-out
Take Out:  The End of Hwy 292 (Same Take-out as The Box)
Difficulty:  Class IV +
Gradient:  75 fpm
Run Length:  3 miles
Good Level:  1000-4000 cfs
Streamflow Comments: 
Season Comments:  May, June, July
Primary Season: 
Permit: 
Water Craft:  kayak
Location:  In the Rocky Mtn Region (MT,WY), of
Shuttle Logistics: 

To get to the take-out from Bridger:

1. Head west on E Broadway Ave toward S Main St
92 ft
2. Take the 1st left onto US-310 E/S Main St
1.4 mi
3. Turn right at MT-72 S
10.6 mi
4. Turn right at Vaill Ave
0.3 mi
5. Turn left at MT-72 S
10.5 mi
6. Continue onto WY-120 E/Belfry Hwy
8.1 mi
7. Turn right at Rd 1Ab
3.4 mi
8. Slight left at Canyon Rd
2.4 mi

Continue on Hwy 292 until the dirt road meets the river.  This is the same take-out as The Box. 

To get to the put-in:

Continue three miles upstream on the dirt road to the top of the rapids.


The Lower on the Clarks Fork Yellowstone River

This run offer continuous rapids especially when other parts of the Clarks Fork are too high.  It can be scouted in its entirety from the dirt road on the way to the put-in.  It has a few class IV rapids with some fun play spots. 


Last Edited by josho on 5/25/2011
 



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