STREAMFLOW: 675 CFSToo High
92°, Sunny Then Sunny And Breezy
The Christopher Creek River Run on the Salt River in Arizona is a Class III-IV whitewater adventure. The rapids are challenging, but there are pools between each set for recovery. The best time to float is in the spring when the snowpack melts, providing higher water levels. The recommended CFS is 800-1,200 for optimal conditions. Specific obstacles on this section include "Schoolhouse Rock," "Black Rock," and "Chute." It's important to note that the river includes long, flat sections between rapids and requires a shuttle to access. Overall, the Christopher Creek River Run is an exciting and challenging whitewater experience for experienced paddlers.
Weather today, Sunny, with a high near 92. Breezy, with a light and variable wind becoming west southwest 10 to 15 mph in the morning. Winds could gust as high as 20 mph.
|Run Length||6.0 Mi|
|Streamflow Discharge||675 cfs|
|Gauge Height||7.1 ft|
Salt River Near Roosevelt