The West Virginia. Cyclopedia
Upper Kaymoor Rapids
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.