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Difficulty I(IV)
Length 5 Miles
Gauge Clear Fk Brazos Rv at Nugent, TX
Flow Range 300 - 3000 CFS
Flow Rate as of: 1 hour ago 208 [CFS] ℹ️
Reach Info Last Updated 06/17/2019 12:29 am

River Description


Listed in the Texas Whitewater handbook as a possible descent.

Distances, gradient, and difficulty rating are taken from the book.  Difficulty rating is hypothetical.  Source of the range of recommended flows is unknown.

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Jon koch
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3 weeks ago

https://youtu.be/IpPAxaYizQg

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Jon koch
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3 weeks ago

1000cfs is good but bony on the beaters choice line and the middle/right channels. Sieve on the far left side of left rock on Between the Knees. Ran the river left slide to set up for the ledge above the Between the Knees (IV) section of the spill way. Needed to work right to avoid sieve then try to keep between the rocks and over the rest of the mank below. Can also be run from the ledge above instead of the slide but I’d recommend more water for that line, it would be an easier set up at higher levels. To the right of the right knee is the Beaters Choice section of the spillway pictured in the gallery is the line. The middle channel had one main rapid named Dos ledges (III), two ledges with some manky stuff below them. On the far right channel of the spillway there is a 12ft ledge called Dick’s Boof (III) at higher water the far right ledge should be runnable but the main line is in the corner of the big ledge where there is an auto boof. Rocks below so try and keep your head dry channel continues with some class 2 for 200ft then meets back with the river at the bottom of Dos Ledges.

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County to Vote to Extend Closure on Guadalupe Tonight (TX)

7/11/2002
Jason Robertson

The Comal County Commissioner's Court is taking measures that will restrict access to the Guadalupe River indefinitely. AW's primary objective on the Guadalupe is to restore access as soon as possible and to make sure that boater access does not impede on-going rescue and recovery efforts.
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1192551 01/03/05 n/a n/a
1205044 07/13/15 DRC
1212926 06/17/19 wreeves updated description
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1202158 05/14/13 Matt Muir Fixed broken link.
1204840 07/06/15 DRC
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