Slaughterhouse 6/22/16. 2250 too high? - Mountain Buzz

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Old 06-22-2016   #1
Glenwood Springs, Colorado
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Slaughterhouse 6/22/16. 2250 too high?

Was hoping to run slaughterhouse today if I can throw together a crew. If anyone wants to paddle this afternoon feel free to hit me up, however my main concern is I don't believe I have boated it above 2k CFS. I saw recently that the bridge was supposed to be raised, but I didn't think that was going to happen for a while. I ran into a buddy of mine and he said the bridge was already raised so rafts are good to go at this level.

Anyone have any information on the raised bridge and if it has been raised already?

On a side note, if anyone is ever looking to hop on a raft I am always looking for paddlers. I just returned to Colorado this summer after missing the last couple of seasons, so trying to make up for it this year. David Kinne 562-208-7784

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Old 06-22-2016   #2
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Bridge has definitely been raised 3'+/- .
Will not be a problem at 2250.
See other thread about differences from 1800 to 2200.
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