Dore River (BC) - South Fork IV
A bouncy continuous run that rips through a beautiful scenic valley. This run is fed by glacier melt and is a long run.
There are many logs across this river due to logging and avalanches so keep an eye out and watchout for blind corners.
This run builds continuously in intensity untill you reach the class V crux rapid, on a left hand turn approximately half way down the run.After this rapid the river gradually eases untill the take out.
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From Mcbride go north towards prince george. Not far out of town you will go over a bridge that spans the Dore river. Take the next left hand turn and follow this road, soon it will turn to a dirt road follow this road until you get to a confluence with a bridge over the south fork. This is the take out.
From confluence follow the road on the left and do not cross the bridge this road eventually crosses across higher up this is the put in.
Continuous class IV-V creeking
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When (which months), Why (rain, snow melt, glacial melt), What is highwater? low water? How to tell the flow if there is no gauge
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