When the snowpack has defrosted and water streams ebbed to ‘hard’ the Lower Kern

Lower Kern

Trouble: III (Jungle Run) or IV (Miracle Run)

offers steady streams until Labor Day in many seasons. This is the lone section of the Kern that is exemplary pool-drop and without the disturbance of dams and unrunnable rapids (indeed, there is one) you can do a long excursion of up to 19 miles. The top segment of the part is the Jungle Run, which is a bustling Class II and III stretch. Underneath that begins the Miracle Run which gets you into the Class IVs that pepper the course its whole length until the takeout at Democrat.

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Facilities close to the Kern River

Campsites are bountiful nearby from free with restricted (if any whatsoever) facilities like latrines and water to paid with electric hookups and hot showers. A few top picks however:

Limestone Campground: Beautiful, reservable camping area found nearby Limestone Rapid on the Upper Kern. No phone administration and town is 30 minutes away so plan in like manner.

Rivernook: Private campsite, near town on very much kept grounds. Directly close by the waterway.

Lake Isabella KOA: Great for youthful families and scattered between the Upper and Lower Kern so you can run both pretty easil

Are We Ever Safe In Whitewater ?

Aug 27

Are We Ever Safe In Whitewater ?

Before I start I need to say that the point of this short article is too make a solid discussion on the language we use when offering data to business boating visitors.

Whist directing/going around the globe I will tune in to loads of wellbeing talks and notice bunches of monetarily run trips. I as of late (2019 pre-Coronavirus) noticed an irate boating visitor contending with a pontoon direct after the visitor had taken a dip in a shallow quick. The visitor had numerous slices and wounds to the rear of his legs alongside torment in his lower back that introduced its self as a wounded coccyx.