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  1. Lost e-collar remote on upper Colorado River Two Bridges -> Catamount

    Lost & Found
    Not sure where I set it down, but I lost my dog's e-collar remote while on the water Saturday 5/30. It's black/white colored and round with a lanyard. It's $90 to replace the remote, wondering if anyone picked it up? Probably left it on the bank near the Cottonwood Bend campsite somewhere.
  2. RRFW Colorado River Basin COVID-19 Update

    Whitewater Rafting
    Western rivers use clarification RRFW Riverwire - Colorado River COVID-19 Update April 20, 2020 The following is a list of closures and restrictions on the major river sections of the Colorado River basin. Grand Canyon National Park is closed and all river trips on the Colorado River in the...
  3. Colorado River Water Management Dysfunction

    Boaters Forum | General Boating Topics
    For anyone following big-picture Colorado River water issues, this is a good blog post on why the states are having a difficult time moving to more sensible water management arrangements. tragedy of the anticommons So with each of the states having veto power, and their own entrenched...
  4. Grand Canyon Colorado River Flows - November & December

    Boaters Forum | General Boating Topics
    This is an October 25, 2019, update from Heather Patno at Glen Canyon Dam. The release volume from Glen Canyon Dam for November, 2019, will be 625,000 acre-feet. Hourly releases during weekdays in November will fluctuate from a low of approximately 7,020 cfs during the early morning hours to a...
  5. 5 minute survey for the Upper Colorado River Wild and Scenic Stakeholder Group

    River Access & Safety Alerts!
    Hello All, I did not see this posted elsewhere on the site via search. Apologies, if it was already posted elsewhere. If you enjoy access to the Upper Colorado River, please fill out this 5 minute survey. There is a sign up for a drawing to win a $100.00 gift card at the end of the...
  6. Found Oar at Colorado River Confluence

    Lost & Found
    If you're missing an oar with an oar right, call 970-724-3000. It has a unique design. Describe it and it's yours.
  7. Grand Canyon Colorado River Flows - October & November

    Boaters Forum | General Boating Topics
    This is a September 27, 2019, update from Heather Patno at Glen Canyon Dam. The release volume from Glen Canyon Dam for October, 2019, will be 625,000 acre-feet. Hourly releases during weekdays in October will fluctuate from a low of approximately 6,740 cfs during the early morning hours to a...
  8. Help on Ruby Horsethief - Colorado River

    Whitewater Rafting
    Hey High Jim. This is a long shot, but here goes. We’re floating RH on Sat and Sun. We have some out of town family that want to join last minute. That will put us over our limit at Salt Creek 2 camp and I’m looking to trade for a larger occupancy camp. We could call into the GJ Field office...
  9. Colorado River Daily Cleanup September 7

    Rafting | Trip Planner
    Hi everyone, Everyone is invited to join Canyonlands Field Institute's annual Colorado River Cleanup on the Moab Daily this September 7. We will be providing lunch, shuttle, pfd's and rigs for the float. Our other partners include BLM & DNR who will also be bringing boats. We will be...
  10. Colorado River/Glenwood Canyon Delays: Xcel Energy Helicopter Operations

    River Access & Safety Alerts!
    Helicopter operations for Xcel Energy electric transmission line work in the Glenwood Canyon is expected to begin as early as Mon., July 15 and continue through October. This work will require periodic road closures and rolling road blocks along parts of I-70 between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m...
  11. LOST:Carlisle Oar on Colorado River -Moab Daily

    Lost & Found
    Lost a Blue Carlisle Oar on Moab Daily 5/13. Bummed due to losing the brand new counterweight I had just put on it, which most likely caused it to sink. (9 seven oh)406-2161
  12. Anyone have a copy of Colorado Rivers and Creeks and/or Whitewater of the S. Rockies?

    Boaters Forum | General Boating Topics
    Hello, So...I used to have a copy of the second edition of Colorado Rivers and Creeks but it went missing during my whitewater hiatus in the mid 2000's and I've really missed having a catch all book for local Colorado runs. Both that book and Whitewater of the Southern Rockies are long out of...
  13. Colorado River Basin 10 day forecasts for April

    Whitewater Rafting
    I will be dumping here on this thread basin forecasts generated from data provide by the Colorado Basin River Forecast Center. The graphs detail the flow of the last 10 days and the forecast flow of the next ten days. Also included are past precipitation and future forecast of precipitation...
  14. Upper Colorado River Recreation Area Management Plan Final Draft

    Whitewater Kayaking
    BLM releases proposed plan for Upper Colorado River KREMMLING, Colo. – Today the Bureau of Land Management released a preliminary plan for public review designed to better manage about 40 miles of the Upper Colorado River between Parshall and State Bridge. The BLM is updating the Recreation...
  15. Upper Colorado River Recreation Area Management Plan Final Draft

    Whitewater Rafting
    BLM releases proposed plan for Upper Colorado River KREMMLING, Colo. – Today the Bureau of Land Management released a preliminary plan for public review designed to better manage about 40 miles of the Upper Colorado River between Parshall and State Bridge. The BLM is updating the Recreation...
  16. Grand Canyon Colorado River Flows - February & March

    Boaters Forum | General Boating Topics
    This is a January 28, 2019, update from Heather Patno at Glen Canyon Dam. The release volume from Glen Canyon Dam for February, 2019, will be 740,000 acre-feet. Hourly releases during weekdays in February, 2019, will fluctuate from a low of approximately 9,360 cfs during the early morning...
  17. Grand Canyon Colorado River Flows - January & February

    Boaters Forum | General Boating Topics
    This is a December 28, 2018, update from Heather Patno at Glen Canyon Dam. The release volume from Glen Canyon Dam for January, 2019, will be 860,000 acre-feet. Hourly releases during weekdays in January will fluctuate from a low of approximately 9,100 cfs during the early morning hours to...
  18. Colorado River Historic High Water Level Within The Grand Canyon

    Boaters Forum | General Boating Topics
    Colorado River Historic High Water Level Within The Grand Canyon This report was commissioned by GCPBA for the benefit of the private boater. John Vrymoed, author of the report, is a registered civil and geotechnical engineer in California, now retired. He is a published author on topics...
  19. Colorado River Ran Dry near Glenwood Springs

    Boaters Forum | General Boating Topics
    I drove past the Colorado near Glenwood Springs on Friday. There were ten or so miles of dry riverbed, looked like part of the Shoshone run. WTF? The water stopped after the little dam in the canyon, then returned seemingly out of nowhere and was flowing like normal at the riverside rest area...
  20. Upper Colorado River SRMA Story Map

    Rafting | Trip Planner
    All information about the Upper CO River SRMA in the Kremmling and Colorado River Valley Field Office's can be found in a new interactive story map. The first screen of the story map also links to the river guide, avenza, and georeferenced pdf's. You can find the new map HERE Eagle County...
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