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Upper Kaymoor Rapids

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Also known as Upper Tipple Rapids, this Class II rapids is formed primarily of tributary debris washed down from Craig Branch, at river-left. As with Lower Kaymoor Rapids, the Upper Kaymoors take their name from the Kaymoor tipple complex at river-left, located nearly halfway between the rapids. Upper Kaymoor Rapids is located approximately three quarters of a mile downstream of Greyhound Rapids and a quarter mile upstream of Lower Kaymoor Rapids.

Map: [http://www.wvamaps.com/maps/index.php?lat=38.049713236564884&lon=-81.05893135070801&place=-81.05893135070801,%2038.049713236564884&pop=0&state=n/a&county=Unknown&scale=4 Upper Kaymoor Rapids]