Above River Drive the Yellow is both narrow and crossed by numerous strainers, many which are river wide. Before the bridge at River Drive the Yellow is joined by the flow from Sweetwater Creek. From here the river the river is navigable. This section of the river is narrow and flat, with a few Class I-II ledge drops: highlighted by: Britt Shoals below the Five Forks Trickum Bridge; and, the ledges at McDaniels Bluff, below the McDaniels Bluff (Killian Hill) Bridge.
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