Technically, this is the Little River at this point but paddlers frequently refer to it still as Flat Shoal River. Below Tanyard Bridge, the river continues for another half mile. It turns around a bend a drops over the last class-3 rapid. There are a couple more class-I riffles before it enters Lake Keowee at mile 0.8. From here, it is 4 miles across the lake to Stamp Creek Access.
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Last Rapid on Flat Shoals
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