Flows around 5,000-10,000 cfs are a good level. At lower flows, rapids become a bit more drawn out, but still fun. At higher flows many of the features wash out but it can be an exciting ride for those with the skills to handle the action (rescues at high water can be very challenging and it's no place for anyone without a strong roll). Summer flows are typically in the 2000-3000 cfs range (10-12 hours of boating) while spring flows around 20,000 cfs can make for a fast trip (6 hours).
|COLORADO RIVER NEAR COLORADO-UTAH STATE LINE|
|usgs-09163500||2000 - 30000 cfs||I-IV||00h39m||2940 cfs (running)|
|Flows based on 2014 Colorado Basin Flow Study.|
Reports give the public a chance to report on river conditions throughout the country as well as log the history of a river.
|Colorado [UT]||The Crew||12000||William Schuster|
|Colorado [UT]||Skull Rapid||n/a||Matt Muir|
|2y256d00h27m||/Colorado-2. Westwater to Rose Ranch (Westwater Canyon) [UT]||Skull Rapid||0 cfs||Tim Kelley|
|9y143d21h18m||/Colorado-2. Westwater to Rose Ranch (Westwater Canyon) [UT]||Westwater Camp||0 cfs||Nathan Fey|
|> 10 years||Colorado River [UT]||Westwater Canyon||around 4000+cfs||kent perillo|
|> 10 years||Colorado [UT]||Westwater Dog Transfer||4200||Craig Irwin|
|> 10 years||/Colorado-2. Westwater to Rose Ranch (Westwater Canyon) [ ]||MattyD in Westwater Canyons||4800||Craig Irwin|
|> 10 years||/Colorado-2. Westwater to Rose Ranch (Westwater Canyon) [UT]||The Wave at Little D||5300 cfs||Thomas O'Keefe|