Fine sequence of four class II-III+ (marginally IV) drops. (See Rapids tab and photos.)
Going to add that as Upper Cedar. Not as much action as the Lower and alot more strainers. Thanx
Topo maps look like this has good gradient and size at least as far up as Indian Creek (about another 3 miles of river). Is there any reason you don't start up that far? Is access more of a problem? Or does the creek not really have as much good action up there as it does in the final three miles?
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