Mule Creek Canyon
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Mule Creek Canyon is a narrow half-mile section of the Wild and Scenic Rogue River, offering the longest continuous whitewater with class III rapids. The canyon is surrounded by beautiful vertical rock walls.Notable rapids in Mule Creek Canyon include Jaws, Coffee Pot, Blossom Bar and Devil's Staircase.