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Difficulty II-III
Length 2.25 Miles
Gauge N/A
Flow Range
Reach Info Last Updated 04/17/2011 12:03 am

River Description


Tennessee Tim provides (2007-10-24):

nice creek . . . smooth creek bed entire length. Biggest ledge (is) 5 foot. Fairly easy. Rest of run 2-3 foot ledges straight foward. Very little broken ledges or 'boogie' water. Water quality medium.

Most similar stream comparison in greater cincinnatti - Stonelick, Banklick, Polk Run.

Rapid Descriptions

Start of good gradient

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Good gradient on this creek starts just downstream of Himes Road (T-28) at about 740' elevation. If one can secure parking and access near there, it could be worth adding to the length of the run.

Drainage area at his point is ~9 square miles (according to calculation using USGS StreamStats 4.0 Beta software).

Hwy.41 Bridge (just N. of Buttermilk Pike / T-3A)

Class - N/A Mile - 1.2
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This is an alternate put-in location, if parking and access cannot be secured upstream.

Meffords Run Road / 248

Class - N/A Mile - 2.5
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Ellis Run Road / 44

Class - N/A Mile - 3.3
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Alternate take-out.

Powerlines

Class - N/A Mile - 3.8
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Take-out

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Gradient pretty much runs out around Slickaway Rd/763 at somewhere under 500' elevation. Drainage area at his point is ~19.7 square miles (according to calculation using USGS StreamStats 4.0 Beta software).(Downstreeam, this creek runs into the Ohio River at a location with listed pool elevation of 485'.)

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Gage Descriptions

If the footer on the take-out bridge is covered, you have really good flow.

Due to small watershed, does not hold levels long.

Take Out

38.6848,-83.72

Permits

NA

Directions Description


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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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