Rocky Branch, New Hampshire, US
|Usual Difficulty||IV-V (for normal flows)|
|Avg. Gradient||111 fpm|
|SACO RIVER AT RIVER STREET, AT BARTLETT, NH|
|usgs-010642505||6.00 - 8.00 ft||IV-V||00h41m||3.88 ft (too low)|
The Rocky Branch drains the central White Mountains just south of Mt. Washington, emptying into the Saco River below the Saco Class III Section. It rarely runs except during periods of high runoff when most other rivers are high.
The correlation gauge is located downstream of the confluence with the Saco. All runs in this basin use this gauge. There were no gauge observations on this run, however based on the comments left and observations on this run this range should be relatively accurate. Please leave a comment if you have more beta or observations.