The Kettle River is one of the best white water rivers in the Midwest. It is bounded by a heavy forest of black spruce, fir, birch, aspen, maple, ash, and elm, with scattered red, white, and jack pines.
The Kettle is designated as a wild and scenic river.
Tell me more about this river's landscape, wildlife, and history.
Most of the rapids on this river are Class I during low water, with some stretches reaching II or III in high water. The Banning Rapids area ranges in difficulty from Class II-IV at all water levels. The width varies from 30-250 feet. About rapids classes.