Hey I went and scouted this run in Febuary. The road in coming from Lake George is blocked by numerous downed trees. Not the kind you can just get out and pull of the road either. The road down to the take out was gated and a sign that said no motorized vehicles. The hike out of the canyon with just a pack was almost too much. 3 miles up that road was a pain in the butt. At the top of the first rapid there is a log jam that has well over 30 logs in it. It's pretty much a bridge on river left that you can walk across out into the middle of the river. River right was cover with snow so I couldn't tell if it was clear. But well before I ever got down there I saw 3 or 4 trees that you would have to portage on the way down. I came to one spot, that I couldn't recognize, that had no real good way around if you wanted to portage. Rock faces on both river left and river right. You would probably have to climb up and over a couple hundred feet in elevation to get around. Or just jump into the river. Probably about a 10 to 15 foot drop. Yeah it could have been the water fall but the lead up to it was cruel and unusual. With the ice and snow it was hard to really have a good idea of what was going on so just take my advise semi-lightly. Things could change if the run off pushes allot of it down. If anyone decides they want to give it a whirl let me know. I might be interested. I will probably hike back into it again now that the snows gone and see what I can do about the road and figure a better way down to the take out. Last time I hiked out 12 miles back to my truck. Not recommended.