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River Runners For Wilderness
Promoting river resource protection through wilderness management

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just_past_gate_on_ramp_r747 views
Turning to the north again745 viewsThe road turns north now for the final run to the river.
Lunch at 12 Mile 1557733 viewsDo it yourself river runners PT Reilly, Brick Mortenson and Moulty Fulmer have pulled thier three boats into shore for lunch in the shade at 12 Mile on river left. The year is 1957, and the river is flowing roughly 125,000 cubic feet per second.
730 viewsThe fire slowly works west into the wind crowning as it goes.
Beaver Falls in Havasu Canyon729 viewsThe pink line in the indefinite boundary between Grand Canyon National Park and the Havasupai Nation. Park visitors are able to visit the water features at the confluence with Beaver Creek and roughly 400 feet further up Havasu Creek above the confluence. Anyone asking for $44 per river runner at the location of the yellow line in order for visitors to proceed upstream to the confluence with Beaver Creek is doing so illegally.
New Wave detail726 views
View from hairpin curve725 viewsFrom the north side of the curve, this is the view to the south west.
proposed take out area723 views
The road skirting steep hillside723 viewsThe road, after going around the hairpin turn, heads south east.
heading_north722 viewsThis shot is heading north toward the hairpin bend.
Start of the road721 viewsHere's where the road starts at the old ramp area.
approaching_the_hairpin_bend721 viewsThis is a view driving in of the hairpin bend.
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