East Fork Carson River: Wolf Creek
(Class III Whitewater)
CURRENTLY UNAVAILABLE DUE TO ROAD ACCESS
• Exciting continuous rapids •
• Gorgeous high desert alpine scenery •
• Historical silver mining area •
East Fork Carson River (Half Day Trip)
Cascading through a canyon of surprising beauty the Wolf Creek half day on the East Fork of the Carson River begins just south of the historic town of Markleeville, CA. Beginning the trip at Cave Rock the river meanders quickly downstream characterized by spirited rapids, steep gradient, and narrow rock studded passages. Continuous rapids fill the day with excitement and adventure around each bend. At 6,000’ elevation, this run begins in the awe-inspiring beauty of Alpine County. The area once home to booming silver mines is filled with history. Little development has occurred since, leaving behind a moment in time of wild west wonder. A trip down our Wolf Creek run is rare as the Carson River is only 1 of 3 naturally flowing rivers in the Eastern Sierras. This run is only available during spring runoffs so come join us for a unique trip down a river not seen by many!
- 9 Years And Above Recommended
- Everyone Paddles
- Everyone should be in good physical shape (weight limit 250 lbs.)
- No Experience Necessary
Times: April/ May trips are once a day: 9:00am- 12:30pm
June trips are run twice daily: Morning 8:00am- 12:00pm
Afternoon 12:45pm- 5:00pm
Meeting Locations: 178-50 Old Pony Express Way, Woodfords CA, 96120.
Available: April- June
Length: 7.5 Miles, 4 – 4.5 Hours
Maximum Passengers: 6 Per Boat, Plus A Guide
Reservations Required: Yes
2018 Available Trip Dates:
Call for availability on this trip. Days are limited due to snowmelt.
Price: $70.00 per adult and $65.00 per child 12 or younger
Includes transportation, equipment, and guided trip
Discounts for groups of 12 or more
Unavailable due to landslide. Awaiting road access.
East Fork Carson River provided under a Special Use permit with the Humbolt-Toiyabe National Forest