The following pictures are in order as you walk up the canyon. They are in reverse order of the actual run.
Big Timber Falls - this is the lower drop - there is a 60 ft. lead-in falls that is unrunnable at all but lowest flows. The entrance move for the lower falls is a 15 ft. waterfall that lands in a left banking slide against the wall (just to the river right of the island in the picture). This slide then launches you off the 30-35 ft. main drop.
Drop under the first walking bridge Very nice, forgiving falls - two drops below The Pinch Drop immediately following The Pinch Crappy picture of The Pinch - this thing is nuts; i can't imagine running it at the flows we had (estimate 400 cfs or so) Slide drop leading into portage - I think the next drop is called No Way Out (aka portage) Fine Line Drop above the second walking bridge O's Woes No Worries Falls - the put in drop
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