Clear Skies Return To The Kern River Valley

Photo by Brett Duxbury:

The “Bull Fire” that raged through the Upper Kern Canyon only a couple of days ago has moved away from the Kern Valley. This photograph, taken a few hours ago, clearly shows the area north of Kernville scarred by the blaze.

Contrary to recent reports, the sky above is crystal clear and beautiful. Although this fire is still burning in the back country, the Kern River Valley’s picture perfect blue sky has returned. Nature’s recovery efforts are already in full swing and our trips on the Lower Kern River are running uninhibited by the recent event. Still flowing at levels around 2,000cfs, the Lower Kern is the perfect place to spend a couple of days with friends and family. The water’s great, the air is clear, and the scenery is fabulous. Call 1-800-323-4234 to check for availability and reserve your seat in our whitewater playground.

By | 2016-10-24T22:47:09+00:00 July 29th, 2010|Categories: California Rafting, Kern River California Rafting Whitewater Fun, Kern River Forks Rafting Whitewater Trips Vacations, Kern River Outfitters, Kern River Rafting, Kern River Valley|Comments Off on Clear Skies Return To The Kern River Valley

About the Author:

Matt Volpert is the outfitter and owner of Kern River Outfitters. His first rafting trip was a multi-day down the Rogue River when he was six months old. He's currently based in Southern California.