Leamington Canyon (Hwy 132 To Leamington)


This is a quasi-interesting run if you are in the area.  This run is mostly class I and II with a few diversion dams and a class III here or there.  For the most part it is a good beginner kayak run.  All of the obstacles like the diversion dams can be portaged.  Here you mainly need to be watchful of barb-wire fences and livestock.

Suggested river levels for paddling this section of the Sevier River are between a bare minimum of 500cfs and a high of 1,200cfs. River conditions sourced from USGS 10219000, the Sevier River Near Juab Remember only watercraft are permitted at Leamington Canyon (Hwy 132 to Leamington).

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Whitewater Rapids

Obstacles on the river run
Dam Rapid
Class II+ to III
Boulder Dam Rapid
Class II+ to III

Area Hydrology

Gauge Streamflow Stage
Provo River At Provo
USGS 10163000
128 cfs 4.4 ft
Hobble Creek At 1650 West At Springville
USGS 10153100
59 cfs 5.0 ft
Summit Creek Abv Summit Cr Canal Nr Santaquin Ut
USGS 10147100
23 cfs 1.4 ft
Sevier River Near Lynndyl
USGS 10224000
567 cfs 5.6 ft
Currant Creek Near Mona
USGS 10146400
3 cfs 4.0 ft
West Canyon Creek Near Cedar Fort
USGS 10166430
0 cfs 1.9 ft
Salt Crk Blw Nephi Powerplant Div
USGS 10145400
27 cfs 7.0 ft
American Fk Ab Upper Powerplant Nr American Fk
USGS 10164500
43 cfs 6.3 ft
Manti Creek Below Dugway Creek
USGS 10215900
90 cfs 4.0 ft
Sevier River Near Juab
USGS 10219000
543 cfs 5.8 ft
Snotel Site Snowpack 24hr Change
atwater study plot
SNOTEL ATH20_MADIS
44" -5"
alta - guard house
SNOTEL AGD
40.55" -3.55"
alta
SNOTEL ATAU1
26" -7"