During the 2005 flow study the Ausable Chasm was paddled as low as 280 cfs, which was very low but runnable. Flows in the 600 cfs range were great. At higher flows Mike's Hole becomes retentive.
|AUSABLE RIVER NEAR AU SABLE FORKS NY|
|usgs-04275500||240 - 1400 cfs||IV+||02h04m||182 cfs (too low)|
Reports give the public a chance to report on river conditions throughout the country as well as log the history of a river.
|[ ]||Bridge at Ausable Chasm||n/a||Kevin Colburn|
|6y350d05h56m||/Ausable-Keeseville to US Route 9 [NY]||Right side elephant||n/a||Carin Tinney|
|6y350d06h01m||/Ausable-Keeseville to US Route 9 [NY]||Right side elephant||n/a||Carin Tinney|
|6y350d06h07m||/Ausable-Keeseville to US Route 9 [NY]||Rapid after elephant||n/a||Carin Tinney|
|> 10 years||Ausable [NY]||Steel in Eddy below last Rapid||Low||Cheryl Robinson|
|> 10 years||Ausable [NY]||rapid #4 (upstream look)||300 cfs||Adrian VandenBout|
|> 10 years||Ausable [NY]||I - beam rapid||300 cfs||Adrian VandenBout|
|> 10 years||Ausable [NY]||Flow study participants enjoy the incredible scenery in the Ausable Chasm||615||Kevin Colburn|
|> 10 years||Ausable [ny]||Left Side of Elephant Rock, Ausable||500-600||Kevin Colburn|
|> 10 years||Ausable [NY]||The pinch of the Chasm||650||Kevin Colburn|
|> 10 years||Ausable [NY]||Rainbow Falls on Ausable River||n/a||john|