Encampment flows - Mountain Buzz

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Old 06-20-2007   #1
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Encampment flows

couple of first-timers contemplating an encampment trip this weekend. the flows show to be 275 up high and almost 400 at encampment, dropping a little bit each day. can anyone tell me how far down the run this extra 125 cfs comes in, or if it's split up over several tribs along the way? flow ranges on eddyflower and AW show 300 to be the lower limit. ignoring the flatwater near the end of the float, does it get pretty boney below 300 and turn into a sightseeing excursion?

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Old 06-20-2007   #2
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I'd wait till next year
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Old 06-21-2007   #3
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Don't waste your time.

I concur. It is way too low to even be "scenic." Wait until it's running above 500 up top. Much more worthy then.
So many rivers, so little time..........
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