The Logan is an almost continuous wave train with only one or two rocks on the entire nine mile stream stretch. There are several intermittent stretches with larger waves and holes but with the exception of the "White Mile," the run is almost continuous Class-III whitewater. Outside of the rapids there are several low bridges which can pose a hazard for boaters. (2014 update: the low bridge on the upper Logan was raised a few years ago, and was limbo-able at 1300 cfs in 2011. Below Woodcamp, at flows above 1000 there may be 3 to 6 mandatory roll bridges, depending if you take out at Card or 3rd dam).
Here is a stage and flow forecast for the Logan:http://water.weather.gov/ahps2/probability_information.php?wfo=slc&gage=lgnu1&graph_id=0
Here is a 3 day forecast, and a 10 day outlook from NOAA:http://www.cbrfc.noaa.gov/station/flowplot/flowplot.cgi?lgnu1
4/29/19 Ran the river from Ricks Springs to Woodcamp yesterday and there was no wood anywhere. Very clean run
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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.
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