We ran this on Saturday. Parking here
. Take out here
@ footbridge for the Colorado Trail.
Tree is just below footbridge, river right. Wave train on left, eddy out river right immediately afterwards. There is also an eddy above the tree, but you need to be committed to it early, e.g. avoiding said tree. We always take out after, because worst case, you can eddy out several places down river before the confluence @ Waterton canyon.
The chute itself is pushy between 300-800, above 800, it's much less of a drop, as the water is ~3' higher through the chute. At 650, or whatever it was on Saturday, some lateral waves knock you around. Worst case, if you go over and don't want to swim, just know your limits and grab green water and pull into pool and roll. If you get tossed, wet exit, grab your gear, ride to the bottom, swim into the eddy.
There's the other feature ~100 yards below the 2x big eddies. It's just a nice wave to mow through at 600+. Comfortable and straight down the middle.
The rest of the run is nice II+ wave trains, and very few boney spots. If you put in @ W. Pine Creek Rd, there's a) parking, b) bathroom, c) grassy, easy, calm eddy to put into and then warm up on flat water.