Levels are approximate. Around 450 is a good level for a first-time exploration (although some might find it a little bumpy). Routes would become more congested at lower water. Higher water would smooth things out a bit, but you need to be in control as the current picks up and remain aware of several rock sieves.
|SAN RAFAEL RIVER NEAR GREEN RIVER, UT|
|usgs-09328500||375 - 900 cfs||III-V||01h03m||67.5 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.
|San Rafael [UT]||San Rafael, First Black Box||450 cfs||Thomas O'Keefe|
|6y349d01h29m||/San Rafael-2. Bridge at San Rafael Campground to I-70 (Black Boxes 1 & 2) [UT]||Account of 08/05/12||0.00 ft||AWA|