Photo was taken when the Cheat Narrows was high, 4k cfs and rising to 5k that night, but the level of Lick Run was unknown that day (3/19/2013). The photo of the bottom of Lick Run was a low-but-runnable level (see photo comment). Further info on water levels and the upper reaches are desirable as the run appears very interesting.
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