This is a really fun creek, but the water level has to be good; at lower levels, it's like class 3 and one class 4 slide. At high levels, it's a whole new monster.
See also the two reaches downstream of this one: Horton Rd. to Meekerville Rd Bridges (Class I-II) and Meekerville Bridges to Steel Bridge on Woodhull Rd (Miracle Mile) (Class III+(V))
Tug Hill - Old Forge Area Reaches
Beaver (1. Moshier) Beaver (2. Eagle) Beaver (3. Taylorville)
Black (1.) Black (2.) Black (3.)
Black (4.) Black (5.) Black, S. Branch
Cincinnati Creek Crystal Creek Deer River (Section 1)
Deer River (Section 2) Fish Creek, E. Branch Independence River (1. Upper)
Independence River (2. Main) Indian (S.Br. Moose trib.) Little Black Creek
Little Woodhull Creek Mad River Mill Creek
Mohawk (1.) Moose (1. Middle) Moose (2. Lower)
Moose (3. Bottom) Moose, Middle Branch Moose, S. Branch (1.)
Moose, S. Branch (2.) Negro Brook Otter Creek
Roaring Brook (Brokeback Gorge) West Canada Creek (1.) West Canada Creek (2. Ohio Gorge)
West Canada Creek, S. Branch Woodhull Creek (Upper) Woodhull Creek (Middle)
Woodhull Creek (Miracle Mile)
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i believe u need to portage to chub pond off the hiking trail..im sure its a good hike..i live right in the area, i am actually goin to check it out tommorow ill get back to the site and let u know
Does anybody know about how to get to the put-in? There doesn't appear to be a road less than 5 miles near it.
The gage listed is on a neighboring stream (the Black at Boonville), and should be used as an indicator only.
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