Lat/longitude coords are approximate.
The best way to gauge it is at the takeout slab. An inch or so of water over this slab is absolute zero level for a run down the lower gorge section (the upper part is too low). With 6 inches of water over the slab in the middle, the gorge will be good and the upper creek bony. A foot or more is a good level for the entire creek. If the creek is spreading into the parking area, it will be very pushy and dangerous.
Permits are not required for this reach.
We have no additional detail on this route.
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Comin' through the Gash
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