Teton River, North Fork, Montana, US
|Usual Difficulty||II-III (for normal flows)|
|Teton River bl South Fork nr Choteau MT|
|usgs-06102500||400 - 900 cfs||II-III||93h29m||23.3 cfs (too low)|
Beautiful splashy class II-III roadside bluewater run on the Rocky Mountain Front. There are no distinct rapids, just non-stop splashy rapids with a few moves here and there. Choose your own adventure, and enjoy the scenery.
One word of caution about gages on the Rocky Mountain Front. In most cases, the rivers flowing off the Front decrease in volume as they flow out into the plains. This is because they are heavily diverted for agriculture. Rely on gages with a significant measure of caution since diversions severely alter flows, typically immediately upon the rivers leaving the mountains or even sooner.
AW Supports the Rocky Mountain Front Heritage Act (MT)
October 28, 2012
Congress Passes River Conservation Bills
December 13, 2014