Big T at 270 is golden!
Words of advice: we ran the Upper Big T at 300cfs during the summer and the double drop was unrunnable due to a nice fat log spanning the entire top of the drop. I thought that the log had been removed by some motivated Estes paddlers, but lo and behold, upon closer inspection the log is still there. The log had just dropped slightly with the low flow, but I would imagine that with a little more flow it will be back to its ugly position blocking the entire entrance to the drop (it was wedged in there pretty good as far as I could tell). The drop can be portaged from river level if this is case, but should be done on the left, before going around the corner to the river right above the drop. This is probably the best and hardest drop on this strecth, but the rest (especially the first drop) is well worth the trip for the jonzing creeker. I'm just praying it's still running this weekend. Wear the pogues and be careful out there if you go today, cause there is some freezing sh!t happenin' right now.
Hopefully the log has miraculously moved and if it has, Patrick or whoever ends up there, please post us an update.