We ran Big T on Saturday at 300 cfs. Last I looked it was 378 cfs. It only runs sporadically so do not wait around for this one. Down several miles from Estes park is a short Class V section of about .75 miles. Then afterwards is a Class IV+ section for 4-5 miles. I would say it is techincal, no eddies, a little bony, some big holes, and a great run. You can scout from the road. The runs ends in a small reservoir in the middle of the canyon. After the reservoir is a Class III+to IV run which ends at a small park with picnic tables at the Old Power Plant.
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