Muddy Creek

Posted by Spalding Hurst

April 13, 2009

Spalding Hurst joined a group of Viking Canoe Club paddlers for a run on Muddy Creek this Saturday. The level was at 3.5 feet. Muddy Creek is considered by many to be one of the best whitewater stretches in Central Ky. Consisiting of mostly class II-III easy and wide open rapids the Muddy is littered with numerous play opportunities. The limestone shelves forming the creek bottom create innumerable wave/holes perfect for surfing. As the water gets higher the holes only get better and more abundant. The Muddy can usually be run in combination with the other Madison Co. streams such as Otter, Tates or Silver Creek.

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