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Account This is a good reference flow at the put, seeing that there is no gauge for this run, at least that I know of. Georgetown Pike in the background at the Scott's Run trialhead parkinglot. Random ledge hole, tipifies most of the run prior to the gradient of the george and the drop to the Potomac. Looking back up the class four george approaching the falls. Watch out for fresh wood!! It'll keep you on your toes with this run. At this level it is pretty forgiving. You can approach the falls from the river right side eddy at the bottom of the pic or go all the way down the left and you can even pretty much go off the fall anywhere over the lip. When the Potomac is lower and the rocks are exposed at the bottom middle of the drop you must drop into this chute side ways from the river left, get left, stay left, and boof to the left to avoid clapping the rocks off an 18 footer.
Time 2005-04-02 20:00:00 GMT
Reported Date 4/2/05
Reported Level Medium Low
Side of Falls
Photo of Scott's Run by Erik Amason taken 04/02/05 @ Medium
Straight on Falls
Photo of Scott's Run by Erik Amason taken 04/02/05 @ Medium
Put In
Photo of Scott's Run by Erik Amason taken 04/02/05 @ Medium
Ledge Hole
Photo of Scott's Run by Erik Amason taken 04/02/05 @ Medium
The George
Photo of Scott's Run by Erik Amason taken 04/02/05 @ Medium
Above the Falls
Photo of Scott's Run by Erik Amason taken 04/02/05 @ Medium
Falls Approach
Photo of Scott's Run by Erik Amason taken 04/02/05 @ Medium
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