Grave Creek: Daisy Cutoff to Rogue River

A tributary of the Rogue River, Grave Creek is fast becoming a classic creek run for paddlers headed to the Rogue or other southern Oregon rivers. The creek offers both Class III and Class V sections with boulder gardens, tight maneuvers, and blind corners. Eddies are small. As with many small streambeds, brush and wood are constant concerns. Tall firs line steep banks where numerous tributaries empty into the creek. Paddlers usually run the creek in winter and spring when rain and snowmelt supply enough flow, The upper creek is for experts only

Read more at Trails.com: Grave Creek: Daisy Cutoff to Rogue River | Sunny Valley Oregon Whitewater Kayaking Routes | Trails.com http://www.trails.com/tcatalog_trail.aspx?trailId=CGW037-029#ixzz2lNNzkYCA

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Welcome to: K’s Days Blog Hi my name is Krysta Garrisin. I love where I come from and am very proud to live on the west coast. I am an Oregon native born and raised in Josephine County. As a freelance journalist in Southern Oregon, by way of Grant Pass, by way of Oregon's West Coast. I write about Southern Oregon and our beautiful West Coast for my webpage K's Days Community. I enjoys hiking, camping, exploring, and sharing everything about Oregon. Where to Go and What to Do!!!!. I Born in 1973 and raised in Merlin. My free time was spent from early age learning about all that there is to do around here, and where to do them. During winters I try to hibernate until cabin fever gets the best of me. Then I am encouraged by friends and family to get out and go for a drive to take in the winter sites. I encourage you to do the same.

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