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We turned over our canoe "right" of the famous Moccasin Gap and had to float nearly a mile down river before we found a rock to stand on to get back in our canoe. So if you dump over a lot I would not recommend this trip because it is not easy to get back in your canoe. The river is very wide and we did not encounter one sandbar.
River flows are controlled via scheduled water releases from Jordan Dam. Measured in cubic feet per second (cfs), flows vary from 2,000 cfs (Class II whitewater) to 10,000 cfs (Class III whitewater).
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