Monday, April 2, 2012

After a long, dry winter...

After a super wet year in 2011, the law of averages caught up with us in 2012. Snowpack in the Southern Sierra range anywhere from 30-50% of April 1 normals; no matter, we have the Kaweah, which thrives on low water. Here is a little vid of Hospital Rock, a great run on the Middle Fork of the Kaweah.

Highlights include an inverted run of Baby Niagra, depth probe of split falls and gnewt love (not the politician). Thanks to Andrew Pernicano for the video.

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