The Calder gauge is used for this run. Real-time predictive flows are available at the Northwest Rivers Forecast Center Website (See below link). Bare minimum level is around 500 CFS.
Permits are not required for this reach.
We have no additional detail on this route.
Use the map below to calculate how
to arrive to the main town from your zipcode.
If someone gets hurt on a river, or you read about a whitewater-related injury, please report it to
American Whitewater. Don't worry about multiple submissions from other witnesses, as our safety
editors will turn multiple witness reports into a single unified accident report.
American Whitewater is pleased to recognize Todd Hoffman as our Volunteer of the Month for January, 2011. River stewardship issues are really heating up right now in the Northern Rockies and Todd has been a big help, especially in Northern Idaho. Thanks Todd, and Congratulations!
American Whitewater has put together a short flow study on the Wild and Scenic St. Joe River. If you have experience paddling or fishing on the St. Joe, please take a few minutes to fill out this survey. Also, please share this survey widely among the regional paddling and angling community.
<?xml:namespace prefix = st1 ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags" />Idaho is proposing a $13 registration fee for non-motorized boats greater than 7 feet in length. Under this registration fee proposal all kayaks and rafts on Idaho waters would be required to have a registration sticker fixed to the bow of each boat greater than 7 feet in length. Stickers would not be transferable between boats. Out of state boaters would be required to comply as well.
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