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Difficulty III-IV
Length 2 Miles
Gauge N/A
Flow Range
Reach Info Last Updated 09/27/2010 2:51 pm

River Description


 

 

 This is a great run into the Piney on Walden's Ridge . Please note there is a new gauge at the put-in and also note the take-out gauge on the Piney.

 

You can also run Bear Pen Branch and Rock Branch while paddling Duskin.

 

This run is know to flash and have wood.

 

For more information please click on the link below:

 

http://www.waldensridgewhitewater.com/waldensridge/DuskinCreek.htm

Rapid Descriptions

Hemlock Falls

Class - III Mile - 0
One of many Cascades on Duskin

Another Duskin Drop

Class - III Mile - 0
One of many cascades that make Duskin Creek

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10 years ago

4 of us ran this creek on Monday 9-21-09. Very nice run. Comparable in difficulty to Upper Telico. Most of it was Class 3 to Class 3 plus. There were several trees down but they were easily scoutable. Very scenic run with many waterfalls running down the side of the river. Parking area at put in, has had several cars broken into in the past. We had no problems though. Creek that this runs into was comparable to the Ocoee river with lots of big waves but not too pushy.

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BradR
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10 years ago

nt

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Kirk Eddlemon
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14 years ago

If you want you can just be the streamkeeper for Stinging Fork too.

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Gage Descriptions

There is a painted gauge on the Shut-In Gap bridge piling at the Piney Take-out 3.75+/ 4.0 the Min.
A new gauge on the Piney will be installed once the TDOT replaces the old bridge.

Directions Description


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Revision #Revision DateAuthorComment
1192458 02/12/07 mark cumnock n/a
1198221 09/27/10 mark cumnock added more info about the creek