fogducker wrote:I've run the T from Lytton to Kamloops and back a few times, I wouldn't run it down stream with out running up the river first. This is kind of important at Frog rock, I'd hate to get down below it then find out my boat won't climb back up again. That said now would be a great time to run it with the water being high enough you won't need to worry about hitting rocks anywhere for the most part, also seems like the high the water on this river the flatter it gets. Funny you mention heading north from Kamloops, I was contemplating a run up that way this weekend to Barrier maybe further.
skinnydog wrote:maybe a little after the fact, but running the rive from kamloops lake to the east is a nice run, calm waters but can be quite shallow. As for places to camp, it's pretty much privately owned right to little shuswap other than bannana island so not the best camping. Thompson river to the Fraser is an awesome trip right now in the beginning of July with the high water, huge rapids and virtually no rocks to worry about ( as long as you can fit under the bridges). I do recommend it if you don't mind getting wet!
joejax wrote:Its sweet right now . lots of water, but it has dropped a bit. Seen a propped zodiac between ashcroft and wallachin yesterday. This was from a couple of weeks ago when there was lots of crap floating around. Much better now. Kinda boring video but it gives you an idea what it's like
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