Fall, Idaho, US
1. Cave Falls Campground, WY, to Concrete CCC Bridge (Cave Falls Run)
||III (for normal flows)
See G. Amaral, Idaho: the Whitewater State (Watershed, 1992).
Lat/Longitude data are very approximate.
Scott England shared: After paddling the Upper Falls River run, it ought to have its gauge
changed to the uppermost gauge [USGS 13046995 FALL RIVER AB YELLOWSTONE CANAL NR SQUIRREL ID]
that was showing 1,000 cfs. This is the flow until a diversion dam, which is a half mile
above the bridge at the end of the run. From the dam, paddlers can either portage left to paddle
the remaining half mile when the river is high enough, or portage right and paddle the canal to
the bridge. I think a good minimum flow for kayakers would be 600 or 700 cfs.
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Last Updated: 2018-07-16 08:31:20