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Best of Lower Gauley 2018

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The Lower Gauley River was full of big water, fun waves, and memories to last a lifetime this season. We had so much fun that we’re still reliving all those amazing moments. Check out our favorite photos from the Lower Gauley 2018 and reminisce with us.

Michael Gilvin drops into Koontz Flume, the first class V rapid on the Lower Gauley River in West Virginia.

Michael Gilvin drops into Koontz Flume, the first class V rapid on the Lower Gauley River.

Sam Hood guides her raft through Lower Mash on the Upper Gauley River in West Virginia.

Sam Hood guides her crew through Lower Mash, the second part of the Mash Rapid. Upper and Lower Mash form the second class V rapid on the Lower Gauley.

Heaven’s Gates, another Class V on the Lower Gauley, occurs in a constriction in the river that resembles a gate.

Heaven’s Gates, another Class V on the Lower Gauley, occurs in a constriction in the river that resembles a gate.

A raft enters Backbender, one of the biggest hits on the Gauley River, on a guided tour with ACE Adventure Resort in West Virginia.

Backender, the first rapid in Koontz Bend, is one of the biggest hits on the entire Gauley River.

A raft enters Pure Screaming Hell, the last major whitewater rapid on the Lower Gauley River in West Virginia.

The last major rapid of the lower Gauley is aptly named. Class V Pure Screaming Hell is the best way to end a full day on the Gauley River.