York Gauge in feet: 2.3 feet on York Gauge correlates to approximately 0 ft on the put in gauge located on the river left downstream adbument of the bridge. 2.3 ft is my minimum, some people will run it lower than that, but not much lower. 4.3 feet on York Gauge correlates to approximately 2.0 ft on the put in gauge. Above 5.0 feet on York Gauge would increase the overall river difficulty to Class III. I'm not sure the highest level ever run, I've run it as high as 6.2 ft on York Gauge. At that level I would rate the river difficulty as Class IV.
Because the Pleasureville gauge in cfs is more used by paddlers for this run and because York 4.3 seemed to be the top of medium runnable rather than the top of high runnable, the gauge has been changed to Pleasureville in cfs 280 - 400 low runnable; 400-840 cfs medium runnable; and 840-1280 cfs high runnable.
|Codorus Creek at Pleasureville, PA|
|usgs-01575585||290 - 1500 cfs||II(III)||00h48m||~ 226 cfs (too low)|
|Codorus Creek near York, PA|
|usgs-01575500||2.50 - 5.20 ft||II(III)||00h33m||~ 2.52 ft (running)|
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|Codorus Creek @John Rudy Park to Codorus Furnace Road [PA]||Account of 03/22/19||n/a||Tony Allred Jr|
|Codorus Creek [PA]||Surfing above SchoolHouse||4.5ft||Mark Kennell|
|8y123d00h04m||/Codorus Creek-PA Route 24 to Codorus Furnace Road [PA]||4.71||n/a||jason|
|8y123d00h06m||/Codorus Creek-PA Route 24 to Codorus Furnace Road [PA]||4.71 lower dees||n/a||jason|
|8y123d00h08m||/Codorus Creek-PA Route 24 to Codorus Furnace Road [PA]||4.71 lower dees||n/a||jason|
|8y123d00h12m||/Codorus Creek-PA Route 24 to Codorus Furnace Road [PA]||4.71 lower dees||n/a||jason|
|> 10 years||[PA]||Account of 07/24/09||n/a||n/a|
|> 10 years||Codorus Creek [PA]||Low level Lower Dees||2.3||Derek Gingerich|