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Hells Canyon Shuttle, Inc
Located in:
Oxbow, OR

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Tumalo Creek Kayak & Canoe
Located in:
Bend, OR

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Feyrer County Park to OR 213 Bridge Kayak & Canoe Touring on the Mollala River


Feyrer County Park to OR 213 Bridge Info
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Put In:  Feyrer County Park
Take Out:  OR 213 Bridge
Difficulty:  Class I + be careful for log jams
Gradient:  21 fpm
Run Length:  6 miles
Current Streamflow:  1770 cfs @ 12/14/2016 10:00 AM - MOLALLA RIVER NEAR CANBY, OR, reading taken from USGS
Good Level:  1,000 - 2,000 cfs
Streamflow Comments: 

Minimum flow is 1,000 cfs on the Molalla near Canby Gauge

Season Comments:  January, February, March, April, May, October, November, December
Primary Season: 

Rainy, this section only runs after a few days of heavy rain

Permit:  None presently required
Character/Similar To:  When not blocked with wood, this stretch of river has enough small riffles and swift moving water to keep a beginner boater interested.
Hazards:  The Mollala River is very narrow and prone to log jams. Please be careful to watch for river wide blockages.
Water Craft:  kayak,wwcan,raft
Land Ownership:  Mixed private and public
Location:  In the Pacific Region (OR), of
Shuttle Logistics: 

Put In: From the town of Molalla take Oregon 211 east and take the first right towards Feyrer Park. Take out in the park.

Take Out: From Feyrer Park return to the town of Molalla and head west on Oregon 211 until you reach Oregon 213. Turn north onto Oregon 213 until you reach the bridge across the Molalla. Take out is on river left on the south side of the bridge.





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