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Whitewater River Run

Colorado Ten Mile Creek

Upper-Upper Ten Mile

Class III+ TO IV- Difficulty


Too Low
44°, Increasing Clouds And Windy

The Upper Upper Ten Mile River Run in Colorado is a challenging class IV whitewater run that is best suited for experienced paddlers. The run features technical drops and tight, narrow sections that require precise navigation. The best time to float this section of water is in the late spring to early summer when water levels are at their highest, typically ranging from 500-800 cfs. Obstacles on the river include tight chutes, steep drops, and boulder gardens, making it essential to have strong paddling skills and proper safety gear. Overall, this section of the Ten Mile River offers a thrilling and demanding whitewater experience for those up to the challenge.

Weather today, Increasing clouds, with a high near 44. Windy, with a southwest wind 23 to 30 mph, with gusts as high as 48 mph.

Status Too Low
Class Level III+ to IV-
Elevation 9,111 ft
Run Length 3.0 Mi
Streamflow Discharge 22.9 cfs
Gauge Height 1.8 ft
Reporting Streamgage Tenmile Creek Bl North Tenmile C
USGS 09050100

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