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Whitewater River Run

Colorado Lake Creek

Lower (Bottom Four)

Class V TO V+ Difficulty


Too High
40°, Sunny And Breezy Then Patchy Blowing Snow And Windy

The Lower Bottom Four River Run in Colorado is a Class III to IV section of water that offers exciting rapids and stunning scenery. The best time to float this section is during the late spring and early summer months when the water levels are high enough to navigate the rapids. At lower water levels, this section can become technical and more challenging. Obstacles such as rocks, steep drops, and narrow chutes can make this run difficult for beginners. Recommended flow levels for this section are between 800 and 1500 cfs. Experienced rafters will love the exhilarating rapids, while beginners can take on this run with a knowledgeable guide.

Weather today, Patchy blowing snow after 5pm. Sunny, with a high near 40. Windy, with a west southwest wind 25 to 30 mph, with gusts as high as 55 mph.

Status Too High
Class Level V to V+
Elevation 9,315 ft
Run Length 1.0 Mi
Streamflow Discharge -999 cfs
Gauge Height 4.9 ft
Reporting Streamgage Lake Creek Above Twin Lakes Reservoir
USGS 07084500

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