Bear River

12 Streamgauges
Max Discharge: 850 cfs Deepest Point: 9.67ft

Maximum discharge along the river was observed at the Bear River Near Corinne with a streamflow rate of 850 cfs. However, the deepest point on the river is located at the Bear River At Idaho-Utah State Line reporting a gauge stage of 9.67 ft. This river is monitored from 12 different streamgauging stations along the Bear River, the highest being perched at an elevation of 7,973 ft, the Bear River Near Utah-Wyoming State Line.

The river is also a popular destination for whitewater enthusiasts, featuring river runs like Black Canyon - Highway 34 to Grace Powerhouse, and MP 51.5 to Chalk Creek Bridge, a class IV run. Compare streamflow levels for nearby paddling destinations on the interactive map .

River Levels

Location Streamflow River Stage 24hr Change (%) % Normal Minimum (cfs) Maximum (cfs) Air Temp Elevation
Bear River Near Utah-Wyoming State Line
USGS 10011500
40 cfs 3.84 ft 0
Bear River At Evanston
USGS 10016900
46 cfs 1.35 ft 11.06
Bear River Above Reservoir
USGS 10020100
42 cfs 1.21 ft -15.82
Bear River Below Reservoir
USGS 10020300
20 cfs 2.56 ft 0
Bear River Below Pixley Dam
USGS 10028500
34 cfs 1.5 ft -24.21
Bear River Below Smiths Fork
USGS 10038000
672 cfs 2.54 ft 130.93
Bear River At Border
USGS 10039500
100 cfs 3.26 ft -32.64
Bear River At Pescadero
USGS 10068500
65 cfs 2.69 ft -7.43
Bear River At Idaho-Utah State Line
USGS 10092700
281 cfs 9.67 ft -25.86
Bear River Near Corinne
USGS 10126000
850 cfs 5.29 ft -5.03
Bear River Near Manitowish Waters
USGS 05357335
54 cfs 4.86 ft 0
Bear R Nr Wheatland Ca
USGS 11424000
674 cfs 3.38 ft -3.02

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