Colorado, Colorado, US
|Usual Difficulty||II(III) (for normal flows)|
|Max Gradient||15 fpm|
|Colorado River at Kremmling + Piney River|
|virtual-10885||500 - 15000 cfs||II(III)||00h35m||953 cfs (running)|
Usually associated with optimal Burns hole levels, this run is likely a park and play for most kayakers. This feature is not worth a big drive, rather, if you are en-route to other nearby attractions, Burns could dial in a session.
Scene of a few rodeos and epic beat downs, Burns has potential for good surf, and is otherwise a Class II section of the Colorado River.
|Mile||Rapid Name||Class||Features (Legend)|
This feature creates a thrashy hole at medium flows
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Management Plan submitted for Upper Colorado River (CO)
March 8, 2011
Flow Survey for Upper Colorado River Basin
October 22, 2007
AW helps develop Upper Colorado River Management Plan
August 20, 2008
Save The Colorado Campaign Awards AW (CO)
September 14, 2010