This is a nice run that can be added to the classic run downstream.
The bedrock rapids tend to be clustered in two's and three's seperated by long sections of II-III. The most difficult part of the run is a short bedrock section a half mile below Little Creek that is a couple hundred yards long and requires 2-3 scouts depending on water level and comfort. The last drop in this section (Tombstone) is a common portage.
Below this crux section there are a few more fun ledges and lots of easy boogie water. If the water is low, consider putting in at the confluence of Little Creek to avoid the upper mile.
USGS EF Lewis nr.
Heisson. Recommended flow
range unverified, from Bennett
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