significant changes to the riverbed
after a run on this section at 270cfs, I agree that the drop at the newly constructed bridge on South Beaver Road in South Boulder creek is junk. I saw where you could pin in the middle and the rockpile, I hit rocks on left landing and the middle was not the route. That rockpile/drop/new bridge is not built for sustained high flows (should it see that for water contracts), but will hold for low levels. The river has been narrowed by a significant amount, so only if we see sustained flows will that thing blow out. All the new 2 and 3 ton rocks in the river with the orange spray dots could use some work. (in the area after island turn rapid, topside of icehouse property in the riverbed are many new boulders). If you can raise the structure supporting the landing pool, you can better stabilize the bridge foundations by taking the severity out of the drop.