The Calwah now has a realtime gauge. Flows are approximate based on only a couple of data points. You can get down the river as low as 500 cfs but expect to bump and grind a few times. High water runs are certainly possible for experienced paddlers. You can get a good visual on flows by driving the shuttle road particularly as you drive past the North Fork confluence.
|CALAWAH RIVER NEAR FORKS, WA|
|usgs-12043000||2000 - 4000 cfs||II-III||00h50m||91.6 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.
|Calawah [WA]||Calawah||n/a||Thomas O'Keefe|
|2y253d21h49m||@Calawah Hyas Creek to Bogachiel River [WA]||Calawah||4000 cfs||Thomas O'Keefe|
|3y276d23h19m||@Calawah Hyas Creek to Bogachiel River [WA]||Calawah River Trip||4200 cfs||Thomas O'Keefe|
|4y246d00h19m||/Calawah-Klahanie Campground to Bogachiel River access [WA]||WDFW Access||n/a||Thomas O'Keefe|
|4y251d22h19m||@Calawah Hyas Creek to Bogachiel River [WA]||Calawah River Trip||500 cfs||Thomas O'Keefe|