Class II Trinity River, CA

French Bar to Hayden Flat

This major tributary of California's Klamath River begins in the rugged Trinity Alps and makes its way through wilderness before meeting up with the mighty Klamath at Weitchpec. The Trinity is noted for its salmon and steelhead fishery resources, as well as its attraction to rafters, kayakers and canoeists. The North and South Forks of the Trinity and the New River are included in the designation. The Trinity River offers a wide variety of opportunities for fun, family and fishing.

Section Details

Trip Length Partial Day, 2.5 Miles
Notes Recommended levels: 500 to 5000 cfs
Fishing Yes
Camping Yes
Permit No
Manager U.S. Forest Service, Trinity National Forest
Wild & Scenic Yes
Water Trail No
Partner Information http://dbw.ca.gov/Pubs/Trinity/Trinity.pdf