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Cross Mtn at 7000cfs questions

Anyone been in there at the current levels? Is it V+ balls on fire gnar or V fun gnar? Worth the drive for the weekend or long hike with a creek boat? Also, escalante on monday/tuesday?
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Cross Mountain has been dropping. It's at 4200 now.
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The question remains.....anyone know when it changes from class V to scary?
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8 TO 9 g's Is when the change is very noticable. 2-4 g's is low 4-8 g's is med to the high side of good 8 to 13 is pretty in your face.

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