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Trips and Routes

Raft Run
Sulphur River - A very continuous grade II-III run through a deep scenic canyon. The canyon cuts through a coal seam and the grain of the rock provides endless eddies with clean sharp eddy lines, and lots of one-shot waves, particularly at high water. There are also a couple of decent sized, sticky hydraulics, especially at higher water. The run passes by the incredible Sulphur Gates before its confluence with the Smoky River. To get to the Sulphur Gates take out: you must ferry as soon as the Sulphur and Smoky rivers meet in order catch the river left eddy on the Smoky, located immediately downstream of Sulphur Gates. To get to the blue bridge take out: carry on down the mellow grade I-II Smoky for close to 1hr and grab the river right eddy after the blue bridge.
Main
Sulphur River - Renowned for its breathtaking beauty and steep canyons the Sulphur is a class II River with a little class III towards the end however, in flood this run turns into continuous class III and IV with many nasty hydraulics. The Sulphur merges with the Smoky River at the Sulphur gates. From this point on it is a relatively flat-water paddle through the scenic Smoky River valley to the take-out. The put in is incredibly beautiful but steep. Budget 2-4 hours on the water. Trip Info thanks to Wapiti Paddling Club. Original author unknown