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Old 10-02-2010   #1
 
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Roaring Fork: Carbondale to Glenwood

Could someone update me on this stretch of the Fork? How is it to raft this late in the year? Thanks.

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boney, really boney
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Would still be fun in a ducky.....you could get a raft down, if you know where you are going, and you dont mind dragging a little....
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About 20 fishing boats a day do it all the way until the snow flies. Then there are only 5 a day. Generally 13ft or smaller. Lots of dories. It is a pretty float, especially if you like looking a really fancy houses. We canoe the whole stretch a lot in the fall and kayak from Buffalo valley to two rivers. The River channelizes below Buffalo Valley and whitewater is nice class 2.

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I believe the Carbondale ramp is still closed while the Satank "Black Bridge" gets refurbished. Westbank is open.
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What Class is it?

What level is this stretch, I'm assuming a Class II or III- at the most? But I'm not familiar with this stretch.

Thanks, Lenny.
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What level is this stretch, I'm assuming a Class II or III- at the most? But I'm not familiar with this stretch.

Thanks, Lenny.
At this level a ii, when it is high a III. Like it was previously stated right now good fishing, and alot of Mc Mansions and house for sale with the occasional trailer thrown in for messy vitality
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