Sevier, Utah, US
|Usual Difficulty||I-III (for normal flows)|
The Sevier is the longest river that begins and ends in the state of Utah.
The lat/longitude coordinates shown here give a fairly short (~6 miles) run. A much longer run is possible, with many access points, as US89 crosses the Sevier in many places. For a longer, 40-mile, stretch of the Sevier from Circle Valley to Sevier, see this map: http://tinyurl.com/Sevier-River-Map. Be warned: this includes the Piyute Reservoir--that would be quite a flat section.