Rafting conditions are expected to be outstanding for those looking to run Lower Kern two day trips through the month of August and even into September this year. The abundant snow pack placed in the Southern Sierra Nevada this past winter is providing a seemingly endless runoff this summer and the water flows on the Lower are expected to be in the range of 2000 cubic feet per second (cfs) through August. Keith Stephens, general manager of Kern River Outfitters mentions, “We could not have ordered more ideal water flow conditions for our guests this year. The Lower Kern is currently running at 2175cfs and the Upper is still presenting levels close to 2000cfs. We’re projecting to run our Lower Kern two day trips through September 13th this year with August being the prime time in terms of great water conditions. The Upper Kern should provide really fun flows through the middle of August which is almost unheard of most years. We are thrilled to be able to offer high quality rafting trips throughout this time frame and have Mother Nature to thank for the opportunity.” Feel free to give our reservations office a call for up-to-date water flow conditions and trip availability. 1-760-376-3370
Outstanding Rafting Conditions on the Lower Kern are Expected through August
By Matt Volpert|2016-10-26T18:48:36+00:00August 5th, 2011|Categories: California Rafting, Kern RiverLower Kern River RaftingLower Kern Rafting, Lower Kern Rafting, Lower Kern River Rafting, lower kern river whitewater rafting trips kern river outfitters|Comments Off on Outstanding Rafting Conditions on the Lower Kern are Expected through August
About the Author: Matt Volpert
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. His hobbies are metal detecting and meteorology. He's based in Southern California.