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  • Bruneau River float is worth the trip

    In late May, the Bruneau River's flows, after four years of low water and canceling trips, are perfect for the 40-mile wilderness whitewater run in a pristine, 1,200-foot canyon known for being hard to float, hard to get to and hard to predict.

In late May, the Bruneau River's flows, after four years of low water and canceling trips, are perfect for the 40-mile wilderness whitewater run in a pristine, 1,200-foot canyon known for being hard to float, hard to get to and hard to predict. Pete Zimowsky Special to the Idaho Statesman
In late May, the Bruneau River's flows, after four years of low water and canceling trips, are perfect for the 40-mile wilderness whitewater run in a pristine, 1,200-foot canyon known for being hard to float, hard to get to and hard to predict. Pete Zimowsky Special to the Idaho Statesman

Floating the mysterious Bruneau River is worth the work

June 07, 2016 1:55 PM