Looking down on to Doer's Rock rapid (mile 1.8) at low water.
A typical mid-summer daily scene at the boat launch at Boundary Creek.
Running Sulphur Slide rapid at moderate flows (4.5 feet)
A covey of commercial rafts float alongside the heavy-forest upper canyon.
Looking onto First Bend rapid immediately below the Boundary Creek put-in.
A makenzie drift boat navigates the low water rock gardens in Sulphur Slide rapid.
High water (7 feet) will begin to flood out many camps. Here a group of private boaters takes a break at Big Bend camp.
The crisp waters in June rush by camp.
Approaching the Chutes rapid.
An un-named creek tumbles into the river at the entrance to Hells Half Mile.
Looking across the first few miles of the Middle Fork as it passes the glaciated mouth of Sulphur Creek.
Throwing shoes at Sheepeater Camp
A view across the headwaters of March Creek, the primary tributary that becomes the Middle Fork.
Fire scars become apparent around Powerhouse Rapid.
Taking a hit in Velvet Falls at 5.5 feet)
Fire scars and thinning timber marks a change in the landscape above Powerhouse Rapid.
Navigating Sulphur Slide at flows below 2 feet.
The crux at the bottom of Powerhouse Rapid is to avoid slamming this wall. (2 feet)
Fireweed was abundant in the fire scars from 2007.
A kayaker navigates the boulder garden of Sulphur Slide in October.
Looking onto Sulphur Slide rapid at low water (October)
Looking at the severly burned face on river right above Sheepeater Camp.