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.
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
10 years ago
There is no official guage currently. Look upstream and you will see a log across the river. If much water is going over the log consider it high. If it looks low, but boatable below the bridge it's probably a good first time level.
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