Whitewater Rafting Haunted House in Goodwin Canyon

whitewater rafting haunted house Haunted House (class IV+) is the last major rapid and it is extremely turbulent. The water whirlpools left around a rock wall. The first hole is created by a five-foot drop into a partially submerged rock. Most work left, the water flushes out faster there, but watch out for extremely strong eddy fences. An unfortunate swimmer in this rapid could be held underwater for about 15 seconds and pop up next to a wall somewhere. There have been stories of paddles disappearing in the turbulent water for up to five days. When in doubt, scout and portage on the right.

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Photos courtesy of All-Outdoors California Whitewater Rafting