Bible Run

The bible stretch is a great day trip tucked into a beautiful canyon. There are several short gorges which provide the whitewater mixed in with some scenic and wildlife filled open meadows where a number of church camps have setup operation. The whitewater consists of several long continous rapids. At typical flows the difficulty never exceeds class III but the long continous nature of the rapids may strain both the composure of less experienced paddlers as well as the rescue skills of any crew who runs into trouble. The whole stretch has wood and ample caution taken. Several of the islands have dead end channels. High flows are rumored to have even bigger more continous water but with many of the features washed out.

Suggested river levels for paddling this section of the Boulder River (Yellowstone Drainage) are between a bare minimum of 1,000cfs and a high of 5,000cfs. River conditions sourced from USGS 06200000, the Boulder River At Big Timber Mt Remember only watercraft are permitted at Bible Run.

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Area Hydrology

Gauge Streamflow Stage
West Rosebud Creek Near Roscoe Mt
USGS 06204050
632 cfs 2.4 ft
Lamar River Nr Tower Falls Ranger Station Ynp
USGS 06188000
3,120 cfs 4.6 ft
Boiling River At Mammoth
USGS 06190540
24 cfs 1.1 ft
Boulder River At Big Timber Mt
USGS 06200000
2,330 cfs 5.0 ft
Yellowstone River At Corwin Springs Mt
USGS 06191500
10,400 cfs 6.1 ft
Gardner River Near Mammoth Ynp
USGS 06191000
417 cfs 2.6 ft
Yellowstone River At Yellowstone Lk Outlet Ynp
USGS 06186500
5,060 cfs 6.5 ft
Yellowstone River Near Livingston Mt
USGS 06192500
12,500 cfs 5.4 ft
Shields River Nr Livingston Mt
USGS 06195600
213 cfs 1.4 ft
Tantalus Creek At Norris Junction
USGS 06036940
3 cfs 1.4 ft
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