The levels listed are suitable for catarafts, rafts, canoes and kayaks. This section runs all year long from as low as 400 cfs to above 30,000. At low flows expect exposed basalt and narrow drops. At high flows most all rapids are washed out and what is left is fast and HUGE.
|SPOKANE RIVER AT SPOKANE, WA|
|usgs-12422500||2000 - 30000 cfs||II-III+||00h48m||13300 cfs (running)|
Reports give the public a chance to report on river conditions throughout the country as well as log the history of a river.
|Spokane [WA]||Cyplops,||35,000ish||brian jamieson|
|Spokane Lower [WA]||Lower Spokane||n/a||Michael French|
|4y97h31m||@Spokane 3. T.J. Menach Bridge in Spokane to Plese Flats (Lower) [WA]||Spokane River Trip||5500 cfs||Thomas O'Keefe|
|> 10 years||Spokane river [WA]||Devils toenail||2100||brian jamieson|
|> 10 years||@Spokane 3. T.J. Menach Bridge in Spokane to Plese Flats (Lower) [WA]||Spokane Falls||9600 cfs||Thomas O'Keefe|
|> 10 years||Spokane Lower [Wa]||"Cyclops"||27,000 cfs||Michael French|