Calf Creek To Lake Powell


When the water is running, this is a stretch of river that is worth skipping out on work, school, or whatever to float it.  To really enjoy this run you should plan on spending plenty of time to hike many of the side canyons.

Suggested river levels for paddling this section of the Escalante River are between a bare minimum of 100cfs and a high of 500cfs. River conditions sourced from USGS 09330000, the Fremont River Near Bicknell Remember only watercraft are permitted at Calf Creek to Lake Powell.

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Area Hydrology

Gauge Streamflow Stage
Paria River Near Kanab
USGS 09381800
3 cfs 7.8 ft
Escalante River Near Escalante
USGS 09337500
6 cfs 1.3 ft
Fremont River Near Bicknell
USGS 09330000
45 cfs 4.1 ft
Seven Mile Creek Near Fish Lake
USGS 09329050
7 cfs 4.1 ft
Pine Creek Near Escalante
USGS 09337000
2 cfs 1.5 ft
Snotel Site Snowpack 24hr Change
Sunflower Flat
SNOTEL 1249
6" 0"
Squaw Springs
SNOTEL 1156
1" 1"
Mt Baldy
SNOTEL 1224
10" 0"
Farnsworth Lake
SNOTEL 475
12" 1"
Gooseberry Rs Up
SNOTEL 1184
1" 1"
Box Creek
SNOTEL 364
1" 1"
Beaver Dams
SNOTEL 329
2" 2"
Widtsoe #3
SNOTEL 865
6" 0"
Dill'S Camp
SNOTEL 444
1" 0"

Outdoor Recreation

Ski Area Snowpack Air Temperature 5 Day Forecast
River Run Streamflow Length Class
Fremont Canyon (Torrey to Capitol Reef) 45.2cfs 9.0 Mi V to V+
Calf Creek to Lake Powell 45.2cfs 73.0 Mi III- to III