A USGS site at this location (for apparent random "Field Measurements") lists drainage area "at mouth" of 111 square miles (making it sixth-largest of the roughly three-dozen gauge sites on the North Shore).
Visual. Normally run when rest of river is too low.
Permits are not required for this reach.
Ignore the 'shuttle' directions below. Shuttle is on foot, carrying up on paths in the park, scouting and memorizing lines as you go.
Use the text-box below to enter your home (or other starting) address to get drive time/distance and directions to this area. (Again, ignore the final turn off the main drag -- you will be going just a tad further to the state park.)
One of the many drops in the Lower Cascades
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