Return of the Slaughterhouse gauge - Mountain Buzz

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Old 03-27-2019   #1
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Return of the Slaughterhouse gauge

Thanks to efforts of the City of Aspen, the Aspen Sanitation District and the USGS, the previously state-run gauge for the Slaughterhouse section of the Roaring Fork is back online:,00060

There is a maintenance plan in place and this should be a great boon to users on this section.

As a reminder, Pitkin County Open Space several years ago raised the bridge that had been a limiting factor on high water runs. This will be the first season for many of us to see what happens to rubber in there over 2k.


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