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Table Rock Fork to Turner Bridge Whitewater Kayaking & Canoeing Trip on the Mollala River

Table Rock Fork to Turner Bridge Info
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Put In:  Table Rock Fork
Take Out:  Turner Bridge
Difficulty:  Class III Pool Drop
Gradient:  65 fpm
Run Length:  4.7 miles
Current Streamflow:  1770 cfs @ 12/14/2016 10:00 AM - MOLALLA RIVER NEAR CANBY, OR, reading taken from USGS
Good Level:  1500 cfs on Molalla Near Canby Gauge
Streamflow Comments:  A flow of about 1500 cfs on the Molalla near Canby Gauge means this section is running about 1000 cfs
Season Comments:  January, February, March, April, October, November, December
Primary Season:  Rainy, this section only runs after a few days of heavy rain
Permit:  None presently required
Character/Similar To:  Many class II rapids with a few class III rapids mixed in. Lots of good play features.
Hazards:  Horse Creek Canyon is steep and narrow and often contains wood. Always scout here for wood.
Water Craft:  kayak,wwcan,raft
Land Ownership:  Public forest
Location:  In the Pacific Region (OR), of
Shuttle Logistics: 

Take Out: From the town of Molalla take Oregon 211 east and take the first right towards Feyrer Park. Continue past the park and cross the river and then take a right onto Dickey Prairie Road. Follow this road through Dickey Prairie and over the North Fork Molalla. Shortly after crossing North Fork Molalla turn right onto Molalla Road and cross the river on Glen Avon Bridge. Follow this road until you reach Turner Bridge take out here.

Put In: About 5 miles past Turner Bridge you will reach the bridge over the Table Rock Fork, shortly after this bridge pull out on the right side and there will be a trail to the river put in here.

Table Rock Fork to Turner Bridge on the Mollala River

This first mile of this run offers a good class 2 warm up. There are great opportunities for good eddy hopping and some fun play.

Mile 1(Horse Creek Canyon Rapid): After a good warm up you will pass the confluence with Horse creek, shortly after the river will narrow into a small gorge. This is the first class 3+ drop; scout this drop for wood before you enter the gorge. Below the drop is a large pool that allows time for the scenery.

Mile 2: The river will make a few sharp bends. Scout around these bends because they often contain wood.

For the rest of the run expect some fun class 2 boulder gardens with a few good play waves.

Last Edited by doldfield on 3/25/2010

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