Logan Creek - 1. Upper

Logan Creek, Montana, US


1. Upper

Usual Difficulty IV-V (for normal flows)
Length 4.5 Miles

StreamTeam Status: Not Verified
Last Updated: 2001-04-05 14:24:03

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June 3 2008 (3820 days ago)
x (1)
The lower section looks great and has been flushed of the wood from last year. The strainer past
the campground is gone making it possible to boat all the way to the lake. The second bridge up
from the campground has a very dangerous strainer. We have been running below the bridge down to
the lake. If the upper has a log across as stated in the other warning, the flow must come down or
the eddies will be blown out making it impossible to stop.
June 3 2008 (3820 days ago)
x (1)
went to scount logan creek last night 5-29-08 and there is a large strainer just above the last
part of the first big drop, it is not something to take lightly, hopefully it flushes but it was
lodged in pretty good. the rest of what i walked looked freaken great. but that bad boy is just
rite in the middle of the main line off the "big" drop. don't want to see anybody get hurt. this is
on the upper section.
May 9 2006 (4576 days ago)
chris gobleDetails
I was on it in the Spring of 2005 and the upper drops were really woody. I wouldn't recommend the
sections above the last bridge, even though that is where the fun is.
June 24 2005 (4895 days ago)
Nathaniel VandalDetails
Logan Creek is a fun stretch of water that starts off with a bang and then mellows out for a while.
One hundred yards after the bridge, the water goes through a couple staged boulder garden. Scout
from the right. Immeadiatly after stay right and boof off a little four footer into a nice pool.
The water is then Boogie Water for several miles. There are two other series of rapids, one after
the first bridge, and then the other is an s-turn before the take out. Boat scout this section for
wood. Pictures and video available at www.middlebury.edu/~nvandal

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