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River Description


This one is said to be pretty trashy. There's a high risk of doing damage to your boat, if not your bod.

Rapid Descriptions

Left Channel + Right Channel

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The following YouTube video does a fine job of showing the action (and the risk) here:

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9 years ago

The runnable sections are river left below the damn. There are two channels. The furthest left channel has some boogie water then a stout undercut 4 ft ledge followed by a short pool ending in a manky 10 footer with rocks on the right. The next channel over is where the sweet goods are with a 4-5 ft boof into a channelized shoot followed by boogie water turning into a 20 ft slide ending with a meaty 10-12 footer. There is an underwater shelf and plenty of strainers so bring safety and make sure you know where to go. I have footage of this on youtube under East Fork Scioto Waterfall Descents. -Scott Abla

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9 years ago

I've been kayaking the O'Shaughnessy reservoir for about a year and I've never had any problems. The water is deep(over 6 feet) and calm, usually there are many kayaks and sails running along with no problems. I am surprised about your comment, so I thought maybe you are misinformed. Regards, Adrian Dediu

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10 years ago

There is no rapid here. Only a huge dam. The put-in and take-out points are wrong. Don't run it. I live very close to here and I never knew there was a runnable rapid here. Is it only accessible during period of very high flow? Looks pretty crazy from the youtube video.

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New Hydro Project for Cuyahoga (OH)

7/26/2005
Thomas O'Keefe

The Cuyahoga River, the river that burned, played a pivotal role in the birth of the nation's river conservation movement. While restoration gains have been significant, a proposal for a new hydropower project on a dam targeted for removal would represent a signficant setback in ongoing restoration efforts and would delay for at least half a century any effort to bring back the lost whitewater that sits buried behind the Ohio Edison Gorge Dam. Paddler participation at upcoming scoping meetings is important.
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