Fremont, Utah, US
|Usual Difficulty||III-V+ (for normal flows)|
|Avg. Gradient||130 fpm|
|FREMONT RIVER NEAR CAINEVILLE, UT|
|usgs-09330230||200 - 5000 cfs||III-V+||6y238d23h44m||98 cfs (too low)|
|Flow range for best boatability uncertain. Please help your fellow boaters with a comment or report. Gauge (1208 sq.mi. drainage) is about 16 miles downstream of this 16 mile reach, thus may not reflect actual flow in this reach.|
A small, technical, deep, and beautiful canyon in Capitol Reef National Park.
This run is remote, and is commonly choked with debris, making this an all-day expedition. Once in the canyon, no easy exit is available and rescues by multi-agency teams are required for those who run into trouble. Although paddlers have done this run, Park Service personnel have determined that the upper Fremont is not a runnable stream.