Originally Posted by tk
I would not count on riding S. Boundary around Thanksgiving. It might stay warm and melt the snow, but most of that trail is in the shade and the snow will not melt unless its really, really warm for the next 3 weeks. As for the flows, its really hard to say. I would guess this is some water Colorado owes TX or something and 500 cfs would be closer to what you could expect around Thanksgiving.
Thanks for the info. I was hoping that 600 cfs might be maintained judging the average daily cfs loss last month.
Never ridden the S. Boundary so I don't know what to expect. The info helps. I'll cross it off the list.
If it is running around 500 cfs is it worth it?