Snake River, Colorado, US
|Usual Difficulty||IV (for normal flows)|
|Avg. Gradient||130 fpm|
|SNAKE RIVER AT KEYSTONE SKI AREA|
|codwr-SNAKEYCO0||200 - 500 cfs||IV||34d15h59m||101 cfs (too low)|
|SNAKE RIVER NEAR MONTEZUMA, CO|
|usgs-09047500||200 - 500 cfs||IV||00h28m||221 cfs (running)|
This creek has two sections - the lower is class III with some play, and the upper class IV starting near Montezuma.
From Whitewater of the Southern Rockies:
"the real gem of this river is the upper, with a swift Class IV section that starts off of Montezuma Road, about four miles up from Hwy 6. There are four main rapids in this section.
the lower is a mellow class III with a few small surf-spots."
Check WWSR for more info, pg. 342.