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3. The Rapids of West Cornwall

The Class III rapids that churn beneath the covered bridge in West Cornwall are the most challenging spot on this tour. To scout the rapids, take out on the left just before the bridge. The easiest way to run this chute is to line your boat up with the unaligned window on the covered bridge, the trick, is to keep your boat on course!

This stretch of river, continues to run clear and quick to your take out point.

The easiest route around the next set of rapids, known as the "ledges" is to keep to the left, looking for a narrow break in the rocks below the surface of the river. As you pass the state campground stay to the center of the river, skirting Turnip Island on either side.

Your take out point is .5 miles from the Island, look for the canoe ramp on your right.