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Difficulty I-III
Length 5 Miles
Gauge LITTLE FALLS AT BLUE MOUNT, MD
Flow Range 181 - 4000 CFS
Flow Rate as of: 39 minutes ago 173 [CFS]
Reach Info Last Updated 07/27/2018 10:24 am

River Description


Reference pg 153 of Ed Gertler's Maryland and Delaware Canoe trails book

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Ed Evangelidi testifies:
This stream likes to collect dead wood a lot. So be careful and use the bike trail to scout ahead.

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Lee H Thonus
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16 years ago

Mark, there is an online gage. I'm sure that Ed E would run it at 100 cfs. Maybe a minimum of 125 for the rest of us. - Lee Thonus

Summary of Gauge Readings

No online gauge. From Ed Gertler's Book: The USGS Gauge at the railroad bridge upstream of Blue Mount Road should read at least 1.7 feet. Also, the water should be up to at least the bottom of the arch on the Route 45 Bridge at Parkton.

Gauge NameReadingTimeComment
LITTLE FALLS AT BLUE MOUNT, MD
AW Gauge Info
173 cfs 00h39m n/a
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Upper Yough Access Fundraiser a Big Success

2019-01-07 21:16:00-05
Charlie Walbridge

Tonight American Whitewater presented the Town of Friendsville, Maryland with a $5000 check towards the extension of the Upper Yough Access Parking Area. This, combined with a $1000 donation from Keelhaulers Canoe Club, made a strong statement of how much paddlers value the river and the town! Under the leadership of Mayor Spencer Schlosnagle and long time paddler and Friendsville resident Jess Whittemore the town raised $7 in additional funding for every dollar paddlers donated - just like they did on the initial construction! This makes these gifts a great value for the whitewater community. A big shout out and thank you to ALL who donated!

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