Bringing this back up... I'm sure not very many people are interested in coming up now that the gnar is running down south but heres a little mini update for those interested.
The canyon is flowing at 2300 CFS. The two rapids above the big drop seem to have washed out a bit but they are still big rapids. Here are some pictures I took from the Rim today after a quick trip out there.
The second drop. Looks to be a big boof at the top then a couple of large waves in the run out. Then some super swirly water all the way down to this....
And then a fun picture of the release valves out of the dam. Its about a 40 foot rooster tail bouncing off the other side of the canyon.
Just another update for the N. Platte... The Play park is up to 4500 CFS, a super fun level that every rapid has a super large wave or hole to surf and play around in.
Miracle Mile is flowing 7500 CFS(MONSTER flows I have never heard of this type of flow through here). I'm not sure what this looks like but I plan on going out this weekend and taking a look at it.
I think we are planning on having a little Rodeo this summer in July (its in the works still) as well. It will have good flows and for once we will have a rodeo where the competitors can actually throw bigger moves.
Hit me up if you're coming up I'm always looking for someone to boat with.
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