Originally Posted by mike sweeney
Luckily the info for the Upper C still exists on the Eagal County open space site.
This however is not my point. The site for the Kremmling Field office has vanished.
State wide DOI and BLM information on rivers is mostly gone. Information allows for planning and planning is safety.
We were thinking about the Rio Chama in NM that information is gone.
It's not like the few gigabytes of maps on rivers is a big budget item. Why is the only thing I find in the Kremmling field office area oil and gas related?
You didn't hear? There is a drill rig set up at Pumphouse. The only access to the play wave is to paddle Gore. You can still access the river at Radium, Rancho, and State Bridge but expect lengthy closures and delays on the Trough Rd. due to the roughnecks moving all the equipment around.
Sucks, but it is what it is.