A First Descent
Before May 31st, 1959, the Upper Yough was a line on a map, a guess in a guidebook. Three boaters changed that.
Your first run down the Upper Yough probably wasn't as memorable as the one Charlie Walbridge had.
Lost and Found
Bob Alexander put on to a rising river, and a single bad line gave the rapid a second name.
Watching the other members of his group disappear over the horizon line at Gap Falls, Dan was nervous.
Up until Jack's mishap at Wright's hole, a swim on the Upper Yough was really bad news.