Grants Pass To Grave Creek


Just below the city of Grants Pass, OR, the Rogue begins it's Wild and Scenic corridor section.  This is another great multi-day setion of the Rogue with many put in and take out options.  This is also a great stretch for fishing.

Suggested river levels for paddling this section of the Rogue River are between a bare minimum of 700cfs and a high of 3,500cfs. River conditions sourced from USGS 14359000, the Rogue River At Raygold Near Central Point Remember only watercraft are permitted at Grants Pass to Grave Creek.

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Whitewater Rapids

Obstacles on the river run
Vannoy Creek Rifle
Class II-
Applegate Rapids
Class II- to II
Hellgate Entrance Rapid
Class II to II+
Dunn Rapid
Class II to II+
Hellgate Rapid
Class II- to II
Indian Mary Island Rapid
Class II-
Old Man Riffle
Class II
Upper Galice Rapid
Class II

Area Hydrology

Gauge Streamflow Stage
South Umpqua River At Tiller
USGS 14308000
539 cfs 2.6 ft
West Fork Cow Creek Near Glendale
USGS 14309500
80 cfs 3.1 ft
South Umpqua River Near Brockway
USGS 14312000
1,220 cfs 5.6 ft
Applegate River Near Applegate
USGS 14366000
195 cfs 1.5 ft
Rogue River At Grants Pass
USGS 14361500
1,290 cfs 1.4 ft
Klamath R Nr Seiad Valley Ca
USGS 11520500
2,320 cfs 3.5 ft
Bear Creek Blw Ashland Creek At Ashland
USGS 14354200
29 cfs 0.5 ft
Applegate River Near Wilderville
USGS 14369500
266 cfs 2.3 ft
Elk Creek Nr Drew
USGS 14308500
32 cfs 2.9 ft
Rogue River Near Mcleod
USGS 14337600
930 cfs 1.5 ft
Snotel Site Snowpack 24hr Change
King Mountain
SNOTEL 558
11" 0"
Big Red Mountain
SNOTEL 341
53" 0"
Bigelow Camp
SNOTEL 343
7" -1"