I try to make multiple trips a year to the Kaweah drainage. Its a really magical place to be with great scenery and even better rapids. I had originally intended on running the upper stretch of the South Fork however when we showed up with water high over the recommended levels every one took a second to review their decision. The group split 50/50 and I chose to head down stream one run for the Shatner Ranch Run. Dubbed for his large ranch that you boat through! All in all we had one swim on our trip, and it ended up being a great day. I love the personal first decent and hope for many more this year!

For more information on the South Fork Kaweah please check out this link.

I hope you all enjoy the little edit I put together for the trip.

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