Colorado River flows have been below average since the year 2000, leading to lower lake levels. In the winter of 2005 (before the spring run-off) the lake reached its lowest level since filling, an elevation of 3,550 feet (1,080 m) above sea level, which was approximately 150 feet (46 m) below full pool (elevation 3700'). Since 2005 the lake level has risen 78 feet (24 m), to a high elevation of 3,628 feet (1,106 m) above sea level in spring/early summer 2008. It was estimated the 2008 spring runoff may produce a peak elevation of 3638' during mid-summer 2008.
|Colorado in Cataract Canyon|
|virtual-8918||3000 - unknown cfs||IV-V||00h25m||4220 cfs (running)|
|Flows reported are defined by AW's 2014 Flow Evaluation 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]||Big drop 3, 7000 cfs||7000||Matt Leach|
|Colorado [UT]||doll house/surprise valley||n/a||curtis verploegh|
|Colorado, Cataract Canyon [UT]||Big Drop Two, Redwall||28,000||Brady Black|
|4y88d19h12m||/Colorado-4. Moab to Powell Reservoir (Cataract Canyon) [UT]||Account of 07/05/16||n/a||Graham Abrams|
|4y88d19h13m||/Colorado-4. Moab to Powell Reservoir (Cataract Canyon) [UT]||Indian Creek||n/a||Graham Abrams|
|8y165d15h08m||/Colorado-4. Moab to Powell Reservoir (Cataract Canyon) [UT]||Cataract Canyon at Powell||0 cfs||Thomas O'Keefe|
|> 10 years||Colorado [Ut]||Capsize Rapid||3500||josh grigg|
|> 10 years||Colorado [UT]||Big Drop 3||13000||Clay Guerry|
|> 10 years||Colorado [UT]||Colorado River abv Confluence w Green||low||curtis verploegh|
|> 10 years||Colorado [UT]||Aerial photo of big drops section of Cataract||~7000 cfs (low)||curtis verploegh|