Stream: This is a small stream 30 minutes East of I-5 and Sutherlin, and 1-1.5 hours SE of Eugene. Priscilla acquired a key to the area from Weyerhaeuser for the area so we checked out a few streams. This one had some potential from her scout so we paddled a section just short of 2 miles, from a bridge near the Middle Fork Calapooya (tiny, full of wood) to the confluence with the North Fork Calapooya (a small, steep stream with lots of wood).
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The run was fine, mostly class III with the occasional wood hazard. We had a good time piecing it together.
One class IV rapid stood out.
The most notable part of the trip were the large snowflakes that came down near the end of the trip and while Priscilla scootered the shuttle.
From there, we headed over the ridge to the Big River drainage for an afternoon run down that stream.
Flows: We paddled the SF Calapooya the morning of March 23, 2018. This was an ideal first time flow, I don't think the spike seen in the graphic below occurred until after we got off the stream.
Access: Get a key from Weyerhaeuser
Put In: 43.4746, -123
Take Out: 43.4812, -123.0315