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Difficulty IV+
Length 0 Miles
Flow Range 90 - 230 CFS
Flow Rate as of: 1 hour ago 13.4 [CFS]
Reach Info Last Updated 07/09/2017 9:10 pm

River Description

American Fork is a small steep creek that wasn't paddled much until fairly recently.  Its narrow, fast, tight, twisty, and challenging, with few eddies; but by comparison, its more feasible than most of LCC or BCC. Full bank scouting is suggested, on the day you plan to run it;look under the bridges too. The narrow runoff window makes this creek hard to catch running.
The canyon has a lot of wood, reminicent of Unitas creeks. A spike in the river level can completely change the wood situation.
The lower 1.8 miles or so has been done the most, from above the UP&L station to the mouth of the canyon. Wood jams may dictate the best putin. The whole canyon has been run from Tibble reservoir down, and Tibble fork above the reservoir has been paddled a bit as well.


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Gage Descriptions

The gauge is above the Timp Cave National Monument, so this stretch is pretty well gauged.
150cfs is a good level for lower AF.
Flow forecast:

Directions Description

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Green River Boat Passage Officially Open! - UT

Kestrel Kunz

American Whitewater staff traveled to Green River, UT in late March to meet with private water users and state agencies, and to participate in the official opening of the new boat passage through the Green River Diversion (Tusher Dam). Completion of the boat passage has freed the Green River from its last in-stream obstruction between the Flaming Gorge Dam and the confluence with the Colorado River – over 400 floatable river miles through iconic canyons and historic landmarks. It has a been a long process, and our work isn’t over yet! As your boating representative, American Whitewater will continue to work closely with the dam operators and Utah’s Division of State Lands (FFSL) to ensure that the boat passage meets the needs of the public during its inaugural year.


Bill Hunt


Kestrel Kunz


Revision #Revision DateAuthorComment
1204679 06/01/15 Bill Hunt
1204678 06/01/15 Bill Hunt n/a
1204681 06/01/15 Bill Hunt
1206615 06/08/16 Bill Hunt Added flow forecast
1206616 07/09/17 Kestrel Kunz Reach # fixed