FEATURED PADDLING COURSE
Class I - Easy
Waves small, passages clear; no serious obstacles.
Class II - Medium
Rapids of moderate difficulty with passages clear.
Class III - Difficult
Waves numerous, high, irregular; rocks; eddies; rapids with passages clear though narrow, requiring expertise in maneuvering.
Class IV - Very Difficult
Long rapids; waves powerful, irregular; dangerous rocks; boiling eddies; powerful and precise maneuvering required.
Class V - Extremely Difficult
Exceedingly difficult, long and violent rapids, following each other almost without interruption; riverbed extremely obstructed; big drops; violent currents; very steep gradient. Most rafting tour operators require testing and prior Class IV or better whitewater experience.
Class VI - Unrunnable
Just like it says - Don't even think about it!
CURRENT DAILY STREAMFLOW CONDITIONS
LONGEST NORTH AMERICAN RIVERS