I don't know how often this creek is run, but the Bennett Book fails to mention the short gorge just below the Summit Creek campground, which contains a 35 foot falls, followed by a 10 foot falls, which leads immediately into 75 foot Thunder Falls. There's another small ledge right below Thunder Falls. The whole gorge can be portaged on the south side of the creek via a trail that leads to the bottom of Thunder Falls.
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