Little, E.Fk. - GA 52 to near Lake Lanier


Little, E.Fk., Georgia, US

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GA 52 to near Lake Lanier

Usual Difficulty III+ (for normal flows)
Length 2.5 Miles
Avg. Gradient 80 fpm
Max Gradient 150 fpm

Gauge Information

Name Range Difficulty Updated Level
DICK CREEK AT OLD ATLANTA RD, NEAR SUWANEE, GA
usgs-02334620 2.00 - 12.00 ft III+ 01h15m 1.01 ft (too low)



StreamTeam Status: Not Verified
Last Updated: 2005-12-28 22:55:43

Rapid Descriptions

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User Comments

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July 4 2012 (2329 days ago)
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Anybody know anything about this run?Gradient numbers look like it might be interesting. All of the
gradient is is a steep 30 or so foot no-pooled drop... the area is now fenced off... forget this
one................ Danny McGaha I meet a drunk local chicken farmer up there and he hiked me back
about a good 1/4 a mile to the creek. it opened up to a 40 foot slide! but a 30 foot drop right
after a short pool and the landing river right would break you, and the landing river left was not
much better. if someone is going to run in i want to witness it! the drunk guy said there wasnt any
other rapids on the creek that he knew of and he also grew up in a house close by. as far as it
being a class 3, no way the drop is to big and to shallow! i tell the truth. the gradient is all in
one spot. you can hike back there, i think its henson road. go back and there will be a big curve
to the left and hike down the fence line on your right till you hit the river. i had guy that lives
in a trailer on the right before the curve and he was the one who showed me. he was wasted and a
bit sketchy, but pretty harmless gayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy
October 25 2010 (2947 days ago)
Chris GormanDetails
i almost don't believe this...the gauge is always green (probably a fluke) and now you say there is
a 60 foot drop on this stretch? Really? Doesn't look like that on the topo....Anyone got any photos
to back this up?


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