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Old 07-18-2006   #1
 
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Winterpark area paddling?

Any beta on runnable creeks/rivers in this area...closer the the Colorado?

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Old 07-18-2006   #2
 
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Winterpark/grandby area, that is.
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not too much going on....CC is runnable but low.

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Byers canyon is running 350 cfs. It is located just out side of Hot sulfer springs. It is a class 3 run with a couple of class 4 rapids. Its about 2 miles long, the water is warm and its a great play boat run if you are in the area.
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I know there is a section of the Fraser that gets run sometimes around Tabernache, but I think thats a ways below winterpark. They divert water above it and I think its too low though now. Does anyone know if the Fraser is runnable from Winterpark down? I think that would be above the diversion, but I'm guessing that the snowpack is done and its too low also. Anyone know? I will be up there this weekend also and was thinking about trying to boat something.
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Panic anyone?
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I'll have some Pleas!
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I'm thinking Gore on Monday... I guess I'll have to keep an eye on the levels.


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Fraser from the ski area down is filled with strainers - big 'uns.
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I'll take some Panic, and make it extra dirty!
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