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Whitewater River Run

Colorado Colorado River

Shoshone (Power Plant To Grizzly Creek)

Class III- TO IV Difficulty


79°, Sunny

The Shoshone river run on the Colorado River is a popular stretch for rafting and kayaking. The run starts at the Shoshone Power Plant and ends at Grizzly Creek. The rapids on this section range from Class III to Class IV, making it a moderately difficult run. Some of the notable obstacles on the route include the Baptism, Tombstone, and Maneater rapids. The best time to float this section is during the summer months, when the water levels are highest. A minimum flow of 1,500 cfs is recommended for a fun and safe experience.

Weather today, Sunny, with a high near 79. Light and variable wind becoming west southwest 10 to 15 mph in the afternoon.

Status Runnable
Class Level III- to IV
Elevation 6,113 ft
Run Length 1.7 Mi
Gradient 49 FPM
Streamflow Discharge 1470 cfs
Gauge Height 2.9 ft
Reporting Streamgage Colorado River Near Dotsero
USGS 09070500

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