Colliers Creek - Collierstown (Route 770) to Buffalo Creek (Route 251)


Colliers Creek, Virginia, US

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Collierstown (Route 770) to Buffalo Creek (Route 251)

Usual Difficulty II-III (for normal flows)
Length 4 Miles
Avg. Gradient 47 fpm

Gauge Information

Name Range Difficulty Updated Level
Buffalo Creek (VA) at Murat IFLOWS SG/RG
noaa-murv2 4.00 - 10.00 ft II-III 04h28m 3.6 ft (too low)


River Description

Virginia Whitewater, Roger Corbett
StreamTeam Status: Not Verified
Last Updated: 2001-08-04 23:19:36

Rapid Descriptions

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User Comments

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March 12 2015 (1345 days ago)
skvech (155152)
The Buffalo Creek gauge has changed recently. I would estimate this section is not running until
the gauge at Murat reads over 4.0 feet. There is a concrete driveway that crosses the creek about
halfway up from the fire station to the suggested put-in. If that driveway has water flowing over
it you should be able to get down. If not flowing over, forget about it and go downstream for more
water.
June 12 2013 (1983 days ago)
kurt sissonDetails
A good level is 3.5 to 4.0 on the Buffalo creek Murat gage for the upper section. A good put in is
at the bridge that crosses over the creek at the Colliers Presbyterian, if the water is over the
concrete footers on the bridge your good to go! Kurt
February 3 2013 (2112 days ago)
skvech (155152)
We ran the lower part of Colliers Creek from Effinger Fire Department on down to the Murat bridge
on Buffalo Creek on 2/2/13. There is now a gauge at the Murat Bridge on Buffalo that can be found
on the Virginia i-flows website, but it was not reporting today. I would say that the current use
of the Maury flow near Buena Vista is not a very good indicator of the level in Colliers Creek. It
was very bumpy and took considerable effort to find a line that worked until Buffalo Creek merged
in. Hope to run the upper part soon once we've gotten some more rain.


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