Added by on 2017-04-26

My first time down the Green Wall. The flow was around 1400 cfs. There were 21 in our party and 50% of us swam Harvey’s Hole at the bottom of Green Wall. Thanks to Matt, Catie, and the rest of the Noah’s crew who helped pulled my raft out at the bottom of the rapid. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsOff grid solar homestead, why Oregon is green.Timelapse Shows Chicago River Turn Green for St. Patrick’s DayPi Wall Vertical Hydroponic Grow System Living WallsWoolly Pockets in Bend, Oregon!Agriculture Education at Illinois State UniversityWoolly Mammoth found Alive Crossing a river in Siberia: Still not extinct?

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  • aboutface102 1 year ago

    Good run right up to the flip lol

  • sailingsolar 1 year ago

    That's some oxygenated water.

  • Jim Bouldin 1 year ago

    We didn't run it at such high flow, but it seems to me that you want to be backpaddling with a steep ferry angle starting at about the 1:22 mark or so to get left of Harvey's Hole.  Maybe the guide was fully aware of what he was approaching but thought he could blast through the hole if they had enough speed, hard to know.

  • Jim Bouldin 1 year ago

    Magnificent river, God's country.  Kayaked it about 10 years back.
    Green Wall makes you think twice.

  • littleredpants 1 year ago

    Man their paddling was pretty terrible up front…Sweet video though.

  • cstem44 1 year ago

    I know that now. I was instructed to approach it at 2 o'clock, but he really meant 10 o'clock. I did exactly what he said and that was the result. By the time I realized, it was too late….

  • Sean Fellers 1 year ago

    Left hand angle wouldve done a lot for ya at the bottom.

  • Jonathan Arthur 1 year ago

    I ran this river for the first time last year at about the same level and from the rumors I have heard Green Wall is the hardest at this water flow because the far left route isn't available and the stuff at the bottom as you know is HUGE! Thanks for the video brings back awesome memories. Beautiful Canyon!