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Cispus River - Upper Cispus

Basics
River:
Cispus River
Class:
Class IV
Suitability:
Raft
River Length
9 miles
Time:
1 day
Season:
Mid April to July

Description

As the waters of the Cispus River tumble down from the Goat Rocks Wilderness and Mt. Adams, they enter a narrow forested valley where the river is squeezed through two exciting gorges. Navigating continuous rapids with techincal drops, large ledge holes and powerful hydraulics characterize a voyage down the Upper Cispus.

A look above the mossy canyon walls, that line the river, gives way to great scenery, with Tower Rock, a 2000’ tall formation, looming above it all. Fed by snowmelt, the Upper Cispus is run in springtime as a day trip or as a multi-day adventure in combination with the Lower Cispus.

River Details

Class:
Class IV
Suitability:
Raft
River Length
9 miles
Time
1 day
Season:
Mid April to July

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