18k after the RF comes in. Ran just the Colo a couple of weeks ago, things are pushy but pretty much washed out. Glenwood WW park has row upon row of solid standing waves, I couldn't even make out the raft chute on riveright. I didn't much notice the south canyon wave. T up and cruise. Can't speak to the fork, but skibum kid says going under Stein bridge up at Aspen will take your head off. If you don't screw up, expect a short day.
As one who does Grizzly to 2 Rivers often, would like a solid on the question about Carbondale to 2 Rivers. Seems like a longer and equally mild run. Know it is great in fishing season. What about peak flows?
I've run it at high water before but it's been a while. There is a big hole in the middle if the river shortly after put in but you can see it a mile away. Everything else usually washes out, cemetery will seem much longer with some pushy laterals that you don't normally see. It's been a couple if years though, I'd be interested to hear from anyone that has run it this past week.
Went from ElJebel to Two Rivers yesterday in 3.5 hrs. At 6200 Cfs. The waves in Cemetery were up to 5 feet and pushy. Just square up to everything and hit it all. Last weekend at 4500 was a very easy level with the waves half as tall. Just fast and cold though warming up quickly.
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