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Post by wasatchbill on Thu 14 Jul 2011, 3:37 pm

That riverwide log .4 miles above the Monolith is still there. No eddies above it, and hard to see from the road. It can no longer be boofed. Since Monolith rapid is 11.2 miles from the canyon mouth, you could find this log 11.6 miles from the mouth, at a pullout with a peeled 20 foot log on the shoulder. bushwhack in 10 feet to see the riverwide log.

New since the epic high water are (three) logs on the Monolith rock. The left side is mostly blocked; right side is open. This is a class III move that is "must make".
Monolith through St Annes are good to go (this is the lower 1.2 miles of the "upper Logan", and the first 2 miles on Woodcamp, if you are looking at the eddyflower.com run descriptions. There are many putin options; its roadside). Right below the Woodcamp bridge, a massive tree has split its trunk, putting sweepers in 3/4 of the river, but it goes on the right. All channel choices look ok; on the second choice, right has more brush.

Heard a report of riverwide wood below Card. (edit: passable on the left).

edit: Red Banks is low and bumpy now.


Last edited by wasatchbill on Mon 01 Aug 2011, 12:42 pm; edited 2 times in total (Reason for editing : 550 level now. Does anyone go up to the Logan from the Wasatch Front?)

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