Brice Creek: Upper NF 22 Bridge to Champion Creek Professional Review and Guide
"Brice Creek, a tributary of the Row River, drains a relatively uncut section of the Umpqua National Forest. Its clear water, beautiful scenery, and great rapids make it a creek worth paddling.
Upper Brice Creek is a nearly continuous series of class 4 rapids, with long boulder gardens, big holes, and steep drops. Road scouting is the best way to see what this section offers, but beware: It is harder than it looks. Character: forested."