Originally Posted by FLOWTORCH
Interested to hear about those levels when ya get back.
Wolf Creek is a good medium-high in the evenings. There is a huge log across the entrance to the Tunnel of Love. It was just barely high enough to make it over the log on the far right but landed you in a chossy spot. A little sketch but it goes.
First Gorge Lime was low but fun. Maybe 170cfs.
Third Gorge Lime/Cascade was a solid medium. No mank, good fun. Maybe 350cfs.
Rockwood was a fun medium. We had people run center boof, left-to-right flake boof, right to left tongue, and right tongue in Mandatory. All lines went. I think it was 1200-1300.
Upper A is a good fun medium. Rafters were averaging 6 hours and kayakers 4. No Name is still pretty manageable but worth looking at. Broken Bridge flipped/wrapped rafts but was not biggie for yakkers.
As you all know, Valle is perfect right now (2.0-2.1) but dishing it out. Word on the river is that Entrance may have changed a little this season. Take a look if you haven't seen it recently. Be safe.
Cascade Slot is the cleanest I have ever seen it. Friendly medium in the morning, beatdown high in the evening.
South Minnie is coming up to low but runnable (maybe 120cfs) in the evening. Everything above Huck the system is unrunnable due to wood but Huck through Cauldron are good to go.
Lower South Mineral/Mineral/Forks of the Animas are all running the high side of low. Didn't look at Cement but I suspect conditions are similar. It snowed in Silverton 3 nights in the last week so flows will probably hang low but runnable and hopefully the season will be prolonged a little further.
Ran the Quality Quickie on the Uncompahgre on the way back in the morning. It was low but fun. Southside and the Box are probably the high side of good now but coming down to a good medium soon.
Also hit Lower Cim in the afternoon on the way back and was pleasantly surprised with the quality. Good medium level (500).
P.S. Anybody have any bituthane?