Runoff in the Southern Rockies - Mountain Buzz

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Old 03-19-2015   #1
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Runoff in the Southern Rockies

Has started. I'm thinking a trip to Pagosa or Taos is in order this weekend...

650 @ Pagosa means the East and West forks of the SJ are just barely coming in.

1060 on the Piedra is in. You have to run the whole thing, and it will be thin up top, but it goes.

783 @ Cerro means the Upper and Lower Taos Box's are in and

1190 at the Racecourse is a solid medium flow.

Yay for paddling season!

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