It’s been a great season down there in Three Rivers with some seriously epic days and awesome whitewater, but, as they say, all good things must come to end…… so after this weekend our Kaweah guides will be rolling up their boats, packing their personal gear, and heading home before being re-deployed to other rivers like the Tuolumne and Cherry Creek for the rest of the season. If you want to get in on the action before they break camp, better get on it because this weekend is your last chance (but if you can’t finagle it in time, don’t worry, you can get your Class IV fix on the Merced for a few more weekends, and the T all summer long).
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