Gauge Description:

Also available through the NOAA hotline 206-526-8530).

Gauge Information

Name Range Difficulty Updated Level
SKAGIT RIVER AT NEWHALEM, WA
usgs-12178000 1500 - 15000 cfs II-III+ 46h02m 4330 cfs (running)

gauge graph
RangeWater LevelDifficultyComment
1500 -3000 cfs barely runnable-med runnable II-III+ gauge is important or has warning
3000 -7000 cfs med runnable-a bit pushy runnable II-III+ gauge is important or has warning
7000 -15000 cfs a bit pushy runnable-high runnable II-IV gauge is important or has warning

Reports give the public a chance to report on river conditions throughout the country as well as log the history of a river.

When River/Gauge Subject Level Reporter
Skagit [WA] Where we put in low Brian French
1y241d05h47m @Skagit 1. Goodell Creek to Copper Creek [WA] Skagit Trip 0 cfs Thomas O'Keefe
7y352d07h47m @Skagit 1. Goodell Creek to Copper Creek [WA] Skagit River Trip n/a Thomas O'Keefe
> 10 years @Skagit 1. Goodell Creek to Copper Creek [WA] Skagit S Bends a good level Thomas O'Keefe
> 10 years Skagit [WA] Skagit River 4790 cfs Thomas O'Keefe
> 10 years Skagit [WA] Rafts on the Skagit n/a Thomas O'Keefe
> 10 years Skagit [WA] Coming out of the Wave. 2600cfs Eric Warner
> 10 years Skagit [WA] Kayaking the Skagit n/a Thomas O'Keefe
> 10 years Skagit [WA] The first bend of the S-Bends 3200cfs Craig Ziegler
> 10 years @Skagit 1. Goodell Creek to Copper Creek [WA] Bubulik ride through S-bends 0 cfs Thomas O'Keefe