Enoree - 2. SC 418 to Allens Bridge


Enoree, South Carolina, US

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2. SC 418 to Allens Bridge

Usual Difficulty I-III(IV) (for normal flows)
Length 5 Miles
Avg. Gradient 20 fpm
Max Gradient 100 fpm

Gauge Information

Name Range Difficulty Updated Level
ENOREE RIVER AT PELHAM, SC
usgs-02160326 250 - 4000 cfs I-III(IV) 00h51m 78.7 cfs (too low)



StreamTeam Status: Not Verified
Last Updated: 2011-07-25 20:42:48

Rapid Descriptions

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User Comments

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April 5 2012 (2357 days ago)
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Yeah grew up close to this spot. its really good with a lot of water with the lead in slide making
a decent playspont. Careful under the bridge: lots of rebar and manky blast rock but its always
passable. The last big slide is fun 2 and make sure you boof at lower levels. Good little park and
paddle if you are in the area and there is water! Ken Hardwick. I went this past weekend with a
friend down this stretch and the levels were up from some recent rain, so it made the rapids at the
fountain inn bridge very exciting, these were the first class 4 rapids I had been down without a
professional guide. These rapids are indeed runnable. John Doe. If you are entering or exiting the
river here you will most likely be receiving a visit from the Department of Natural Resources. The
land owners prosecute everyone and there are no trespassing signs everywhere, I recommend putting
in one bridge up from this spot and paddling on down to the next bridge past this one.
December 3 2006 (4307 days ago)
Douglas ShieldsDetails
There is a big slide at the Hwy 418 bridge over the Enoree. Looks scrapey at normal flows, but
pretty interesting after a heavy rain. Has anyone run this river between Hwy 418 and Hwy 101?


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