This is the delightful, upper, Little Gunpowder trip. The first half is an almost continuous rock garden, starting out class I-II. The second half is tamer - Class I. The surrounding woodlands are full of deer and quite pretty. This is the tamer upstream section of this little creek. Ed Evangelidi testifies:This creek is quite flashy, so don't dawdle, or it might come down on you while you are running shuttle.
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Many thanks those who have contributed to AW's Sang Run Access Fund on line. We raised just under $300 last week, a great start! Our goal is $1000 to pay for the porta potty and gravel. Let's get it done! To donate, please go to https://www.americanwhitewater.org/conte…/Membership/donate/? and and write "Upper Yough Access" in the comment line. Let's also give a special shout out to Don Millard, who has cut the grass in both Friendsville and Sang Run for many years to keep our access costs low. If not for him you might see a parking fee of $5 a head at both ends! The Upper Yough Race is July 27 this year.Be there! Jeff Macklin photo.
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