N. Fork Teanaway To E. Masterton Road (Near Musser Creek)

Attractions: Because it’s class II, this river is often overlooked with so many options in the spring but its a great run for instruction with some fun playspots to keep everyone happy as it flows through east side agricultural land. Over the course of the run there are a number of sandstone ledges that form great surfing waves that are the perfect size to learn on.

Distance: 7 miles
Difficulty: Class II plus
Skill: 2 (intermediate)
Fitness: 2 (intermediate)
Average Gradient: 14 fpm

Gauge Information:
Look for flows of 800-1800 cfs. Gauges are maintained by the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation’s Yakima Project. The Teanaway at Forks provides discharge for this run.

Trip Description:
–The season for this run is generally April and May. It sometimes runs into June but is generally tapers off by the end of the month
–Most of the run is through farm country.

Hazards: Stay alert for wood hazards which shift throughout the year.

Additional Information: The source of the information included in this entry is the American Whitewater website. River conditions are subject to change, especially after storms or floods. For more the most up-to-date and detailed information or to view photos and user comments, check this river’s information at American Whitewater.

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Leave It Better Than You Found It:
 This should be every outdoor user’s goal. Pick up trash left by others, pull some noxious weeds along your route, throw branches over unwanted spur trails, don’t ride or walk wet trails when you’re leaving ruts/footprints deeper than ¼ inch…

Disclaimer. Treat this information as recommendations, not gospel. Conditions change and those contributing these reports are volunteers–they may make mistakes or not know all the issues affecting a route. You are responsible for yourself, your actions, and your safety. If you won’t accept that responsibility, you are prohibited from using our information.

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