About Hogs Trough
The rapids along the Oxtongue River are gorgeous any time of year, but especially so during fall. You can drive right up to them, and should expect other visitors there on warm weekends and especially in fall. A few hundred meters upstream there is a real waterfall, call Hogs Trough. This is a classic 'trough' style waterfall (see the 4th edition of the book for an explanation). It's not very high, but you can carefully explore the rock around and above the falls. The quickest access is from the road about 150 m to the north. A low-capacity wooden bridge crosses the river. Park in the gravelly area before the bridge and hike downstream along the right bank.