The Narrows of the Green is a 2.9-mile section of the Green River, in Henderson County and Polk County, between the Big Hungry creek confluence and the Fishtop access area, in western North Carolina, United States. The Green Narrows is best known for being one of the most extreme kayaking runs in the Eastern US. Water is released on a regular basis from the Tuxedo Power station with a 100% release being equivalent to 216 cubic feet per second. This regular flow allows for year-round kayaking and is part of the reason the Green is such a notorious and well known river. The three major rapids on the river (“The Big Three”) are called “Go Left and Die”, “Gorilla” and “Sunshine”.
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