Send me your email address (to: mike dot curiak at gmail) and I'll shoot you a few pics to give you an idea of what it was like yesterday. ELF on the approach for sure, but there's always a deep channel if you're heads up. Plenty of water once the canyon constricts.Seeking out trip options for holiday paddling What's the consensus of Cross Mt.Gorge in the 400-500 cfs range? Any Craig or Steamboat boaters have some insight? Thx
Thanks!Nice pics Mike. Thanks for sharing, looks like fun in a beautiful canyon.
Cross Mountain Gorge of the Yampa at ~550 cfs on the Maybell gauge.
Greg Luck and I rode our shuttle, then paddled the gorge one late summer day in 2014.
A few stills and words to complement the video can be found here:
Big Wheel Building: Cross Mountain Gorge.
Nope. I was responding to this small hidden question.....Well, I'm back in the 'Nam for the year so it wont happen anytime until next year. But, when I come back for my yearly visit next year I will try to schedule it so I try and get on it, and I would love to have anyone and everyone to join. Will keep you posted in about 11 months.
Also, Logan......did you mistakenly reply to the "Browns at 600" post in this one instead? Oops....
P.S. Any thoughts on why/how long the bump on the Ark will last?