This reach has some rapids and a substantial amount of flatwater. Aside from its intrinsic value as an off-the-beaten-path run, it can serve as the end to a Big Sandy or Cheat Canyon run when the roads into the Canyon are in their worst wintry shape.
If you were looking for the Cheat Canyon, click here. For the (Lower) Big Sandy, click here. And if you're interested in the Cheat Narrows, click here.
8 years ago
by Robert Farmer
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