Notice of hazard
Naturally recruited wood is creating the following recreation hazards on the lower Cedar River as of June 1, 2012.
Seven naturally recruited logs have formed a fully spanning log jam downstream of the Belmondo Reach due to two recent slides and wood that has accumulated from up river. Signs directing river users to exit the river on the left have been placed upstream of this location and portage is required. (GPS coordiante: N47.27.174 W122.04.408)
This hazard is in addition to a hazard cable that was recently identified between Cedar Grove Road Bridge and the Upper Jones Road Bridge, within approximately a half mile of these wood hazards.
Map of logjam on the lower Cedar River and suggested exit locations.
Logjam on the lower Cedar River due to naturally recruited wood due to a landslide and accumulated wood upstream.