Brice Creek Upper Reaches to Row River

Cottage Grove, Oregon

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Brice Creek is a fun, tight, and technical run after a couple of days of hard rain. Due to its small drainage basin, the water runs off quickly. Brice Creek and Laying Creek join to form the Row River just east of Dorena Reservoir. Most of the lower run is visible from the road. Brice Creek is nestled in spectacular second and old-growth forest. Mountain bikers and hikers share the trail that runs along the lower section of this run on river right. Short sidetrips on foot lead to hidden waterfalls. Several alluring campsites along the river invite boaters to stay and check out the area.

Brice Creek: Upper Reaches to Row River Professional Review and Guide

"Brice Creek is a fun, tight, and technical run after a couple of days of hard rain. Due to its small drainage basin, the water runs off quickly. Brice Creek and Laying Creek join to form the Row River just east of Dorena Reservoir. Most of the lower run is visible from the road. Brice Creek is nestled in spectacular second and old-growth forest.

Mountain bikers and hikers share the trail that runs along the lower section of this run on river right. Short sidetrips on foot lead to hidden waterfalls. Several alluring campsites along the river invite boaters to stay and check out the area."

Activity Type: Whitewater Kayaking & Canoeing
Nearby City: Cottage Grove
Distance: 13
Elevation Loss: 1,650 feet
Skill Level: Difficult
Class: Class IV-V
Season: Winter and spring flows
Local Contacts: Oregon Bureau of Land Management, 503-952-6001; Oregon River Levels, 503-261-9246
Driving Directions: Directions to Brice Creek: Upper Reaches to Row River

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May 2018