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Difficulty I-III
Length 9 Miles
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Reach Info Last Updated 08/23/2013 7:54 am

River Description

This can be a good stretch for beginners with some rolling experience, since its still a big river. Make sure you have floatation bags in your boat.  

The Kings wave is about 1.3 miles above this takeout, with staircase access. Its in for surfing at high spring flows. In 2011 the Wyoming Whitewater Championship rodeo was held on this feature, with flows around 16,000cfs.

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Date Flow Result Factor  
2019-08-24 Low Fatality One Boat Trip Read More



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Save The Date: Wild West River Fest (WY)

Kestrel Kunz

Cody, Wyoming - This August 19 & 20 the Wild West Paddle Club is hosting the 2017 Wild West River Fest in Cody, Wyoming. In celebration of the beautiful Shoshone River, the Fest has events for everyone - Slalom Race, Class II Sprint, Shoshone Canyon Boater Cross, and many other fun activities for the whole family! Weekend festivities are free to the public, with the exception of race registration fees for competitors. You can find a full schedule here and all competitors need to register online in advance.  

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Forest Service Seeks Input On Snake River Headwaters (WY)

Kevin Colburn

The Bridger-Teton National Forest continues to seek public input for the next stage in creating its comprehensive management plan for the Wild and Scenic Snake River Headwaters. Paddlers are encouraged to review the background information and offer the Forest Service your feedback by taking a survey posted in this article.  Feedback is appreciated by April 11, 2011. 

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Protection for Snake River Headwaters Proposed

Kevin Colburn

Senator Craig Thomas (R-WY) introduced legislation to protect the streams of the Snake River headwaters in Wyoming as Wild and Scenic Rivers on May 9th, 2007. The introduction of the "Snake Headwaters Legacy Act" is a major milestone in the protection of rivers located in Grand Teton National Park, Yellowstone National Park and the surrounding National Forests.

Matt Muir


Bill Hunt


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