Wedding Of The Waters

Wedding of the waters is accessible from 2 public boat access points along the Big Horn. Season Begins: April & Ends: November

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Streamflow Conditions

Wedding of the waters is currently TOO HIGH to be paddled with large holes and dangerous drops. We don't recommended paddling Wedding Of The Waters today. Paddlers are advised to exercise caution with streamflow levels at 4350cfs, about 335% above the average runnable rate of 1000cfs. These are very high river levels for this section of the Big Horn, and even expert paddlers should use extreme caution. Streamflow levels and subsequent run conditions for Wedding Of The Waters are sourced from the USGS streamflow gage located at Bighorn R At Worland Wyo.

Area Hydrology

Gauge Streamflow Stage
Little Wind River Near Riverton
USGS 06235500
330 cfs 2.8 ft
Little Popo Agie River Near Lander
USGS 06233000
25 cfs 2.5 ft
Bighorn River At Basin
USGS 06274300
923 cfs 3.3 ft
Wind River Near Kinnear
USGS 06227600
430 cfs 4.2 ft
Wind R Bl Boysen Res Wyo
USGS 06259000
819 cfs 4.0 ft
Wind River Ab Boysen Reservoir
USGS 06236100
400 cfs 5.3 ft
Fivemile Creek Near Shoshoni
USGS 06253000
109 cfs 5.0 ft
Wind River At Riverton
USGS 06228000
4,660 cfs 7.8 ft
Bighorn R At Worland Wyo
USGS 06268600
4,350 cfs 8.2 ft
Cottonwood C At High Island Rnch Nr Hamilton Dome
USGS 06265337
1 cfs ft
Snotel Site Snowpack 24hr Change
Bald Mtn.
43" -4"
atlantic city - coop
8.77" -3.04"