Known to have been run, per Texas Whitewater. The book describes it as mostly a scenic float with fast-moving water but no distinctive rapids. Difficulty rating and distance are taken from the book.
There is no longer a gauge on Terlingua Creek, and given that most of the base flow on the Rio Grande comes from dam releases in Mexico, it is unknown if any reasonable proxy gauge exists for this stream. It is likely to be runnable only by locals via visual scouting.
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