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Hook 99 Rapids

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Also known as "Harmon's 99 Rapids" or "Turtle Rock Rapids," this Class IV fall is located approximately one half mile downstream of Dudley's Dip Rapids and a tenth of a mile upstream of Greyhound Bus Stopper Rapids. The rapid was named after Richard Harman, one of the river's early rafters, lodged his boat, which was marked with the racing-number "99," beneath a rock at the rapid.

Map: Hook 99 Rapids