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Kevin Colburn
Missoula, MT
Phone: 406-543-1802
Kevin has been an avid whitewater boater for over 15 years, and has paddled rivers and creeks in almost every state with gradient. Raised in Pennsylvania, Kevin moved south to attend the University of North Carolina at Asheville where he earned a undergraduate degree in environmental studies, with an emphasis on field ecology. While at UNCA, Kevin co-founded the UNCA Paddling Club and avidly explored the regional steep creeks both on foot and in a kayak. Shortly after graduation Kevin headed west to the University of Montana to get a masters degree in environmental studies that was focused on stream restoration and ecology. Montana proved an excellent base to paddle wild multi-day rivers, and to playboat on the Clark Fork and Lochsa. In 2001, Kevin was hired as AW's Eastern Conservation and Access Associate to tackle several tough dam relicensings and other projects across the east. Based in Asheville again, Kevin quickly developed a skill set focused on river management, negotiation skills, natural resource law, and regulated river restoration. Kevin became AW's National Stewardship Director in 2005, and now lives in Missoula, MT.

Report - Reports by Kevin Colburn

Reports give the public a chance to report on river conditions throughout the country as well as log the history of a river.

Reports

When River/Gauge Subject Level Reporter
22d20h40m @Shenandoah 3. Millville to Harpers Ferry [WV] Potoma Wayside Access 0 cfs Kevin Colburn
22d20h40m @Shenandoah 3. Millville to Harpers Ferry [WV] Millville Tailrace Access 0 cfs Kevin Colburn
22d20h40m @Potomac Harpers Ferry - Dam #3 to Rt. 340 Bridge [WV] Dam 3 Access 0 cfs Kevin Colburn
22d20h40m @Shenandoah 3. Millville to Harpers Ferry [WV] Big Eddy 0 cfs Kevin Colburn
24d02h10m @Shenandoah 3. Millville to Harpers Ferry [WV] Weverton River Access 0 cfs Kevin Colburn
24d02h39m @Shenandoah 3. Millville to Harpers Ferry [WV] Harpers ferry Access Workshop 0 cfs Kevin Colburn
24d02h39m @Shenandoah 3. Millville to Harpers Ferry [WV] Harpers Ferry Access Site Visit 0 cfs Kevin Colburn
24d23h59m @Shenandoah 3. Millville to Harpers Ferry [WV] Millville Tailrace Access Area 0 cfs Kevin Colburn
24d23h59m @Shenandoah 3. Millville to Harpers Ferry [WV] Millville Powerhouse Access Area 0 cfs Kevin Colburn
24d23h59m @Shenandoah 3. Millville to Harpers Ferry [WV] Millville Dam Acces Area 0 cfs Kevin Colburn
24d23h59m @Shenandoah 3. Millville to Harpers Ferry [WV] Big Eddy Access Area 0 cfs Kevin Colburn
24d23h59m @Shenandoah 3. Millville to Harpers Ferry [WV] 340 Bridge Access Area 0 cfs Kevin Colburn
195d23h52m @Shenandoah 3. Millville to Harpers Ferry Weverton River Access 0 cfs Kevin Colburn
266d01h09m @White's Creek (Rhea County) 2. Possum Trot/Alloway Road to Route 27 [TN] A calm spot on White's 0 cfs Kevin Colburn
267d01h09m @White's Creek (Rhea County) 2. Possum Trot/Alloway Road to Route 27 [TN] White's Creek after Tiny Piney doubles the volume 1.10 ft Kevin Colburn
267d01h09m @White's Creek (Rhea County) 2. Possum Trot/Alloway Road to Route 27 White's Creek rapid 1.10 ft Kevin Colburn
267d01h09m @White's Creek (Rhea County) 2. Possum Trot/Alloway Road to Route 27 [TN] A fun little slide on White's 1.10 ft Kevin Colburn
267d01h09m @White's Creek (Rhea County) 2. Possum Trot/Alloway Road to Route 27 [TN] A Surf Spot on Whites 1.10 ft Kevin Colburn
1y93d23h44m @Teton River (North Fork) Box Canyon [MT] NF Teton Box Canyon 620 cfs Kevin Colburn
1y148d23h12m @Tuckasegee, West Fork Thorpe Dam to Thorpe Powerhouse on Tuckasegee Reservoir Looking down the big slide 0 cfs Kevin Colburn

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Photos


Potoma Wayside Access

Detail Trip Report  Potoma Wayside Access  @Shenandoah 3. Millville to Harpers Ferry, WV(5.53MB .jpeg)

Millville Tailrace Access

Detail Trip Report  Millville Tailrace Access  @Shenandoah 3. Millville to Harpers Ferry, WV(4.86MB .jpeg)

Dam 3 Access

Detail Trip Report  Dam 3 Access  @Potomac Harpers Ferry - Dam #3 to Rt. 340 Bridge, WV(4.79MB .jpeg)

Big Eddy

Detail Trip Report  Big Eddy  @Shenandoah 3. Millville to Harpers Ferry, WV(4.83MB .jpeg)

Weverton River Access

Detail Trip Report  Weverton River Access  @Shenandoah 3. Millville to Harpers Ferry, WV(4.89MB .jpeg)

Harpers ferry Access Workshop

Detail Trip Report  Harpers ferry Access Workshop  @Shenandoah 3. Millville to Harpers Ferry, WV(1.86MB .jpeg)

Harpers Ferry Access Site Visit

Detail Trip Report  Harpers Ferry Access Site Visit  @Shenandoah 3. Millville to Harpers Ferry, WV(3.07MB .jpeg)

Millville Tailrace Access Area

Detail Trip Report  Millville Tailrace Access Area  @Shenandoah 3. Millville to Harpers Ferry, WV(4.86MB .jpeg)

Millville Powerhouse Access Area

Detail Trip Report  Millville Powerhouse Access Area  @Shenandoah 3. Millville to Harpers Ferry, WV(4.86MB .jpeg)

Millville Dam Acces Area

Detail Trip Report  Millville Dam Acces Area  @Shenandoah 3. Millville to Harpers Ferry, WV(4.69MB .jpeg)

Big Eddy Access Area

Detail Trip Report  Big Eddy Access Area  @Shenandoah 3. Millville to Harpers Ferry, WV(4.34MB .jpeg)

340 Bridge Access Area

Detail Trip Report  340 Bridge Access Area  @Shenandoah 3. Millville to Harpers Ferry, WV(4.84MB .jpeg)


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