For anyone else who can't find this (like me, until a minute ago), it's just east of Cumberland, near route 220.
If you want whitewater, the first 2.1 miles, to Hazen Road near the PA/MD line, is by far the best. It is basically class II+, through a lovely gorge. After that, everything is anticlimactic, and the creek is mainly class I.
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