U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIORBUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT
|Lower Delta River, Black Rapids Section|
BLM asks that all users do their part to help maintain the pristine character of the Delta River through
Lower Delta River - Black Rapids Section
If you are an experienced kayaker or whitewater rafter, you can float from Mile 212.5 on the Richardson approximately 18 miles downstream past Black Rapids Glacier. The river becomes very swift with glacial silt as you travel further downstream. The Black Rapids Canyon has large hydraulics and high standing waves that are greatly affected by water flow from the surrounding glacier fed streams that drain into the Delta River. Use caution and scout the canyon if possible. It is not recommended for open canoes and is rated Class III-IV. There are no designated take-out points for this trip, but the Richardson Highway parallels the Delta River in numerous locations.
|Last updated: 02-26-2010|
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