Gauge Description:

Take a look at the stick gauge as you paddle past it, near the takeout on river right. I've heard this can be run with minimal scraping as low as 300, if you know the line. 

Gauge Information

Name Range Difficulty Updated Level
GREYS RIVER AB RESERVOIR NR ALPINE WY
usgs-13023000 300 - 2999 cfs III-IV 01h01m 419 cfs (running)

gauge graph
RangeWater LevelDifficultyComment
300 - 679 cfs barely runnable-med runnable III-IV gauge is important or has warning
680 -1579 cfs med runnable-a bit pushy runnable IV gauge is important or has warning
1580 -2699 cfs med runnable-a bit pushy runnable IV+ gauge is important or has warning
2700 -2999 cfs a bit pushy runnable-high runnable V 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
Little Greys River [WY] Little Greys River n/a Craig Irwin
Greys [WY] Snaggletooth n/a Matt Muir
3y44d15h29m @Greys Little Greys River to Hwy bridge [WY] Snaggletooth Run Out 700 cfs Kevin Colburn
3y44d15h29m @Greys Little Greys River to Hwy bridge [WY] Mid-Snaggletooth 700 cfs Kevin Colburn
3y44d15h29m @Greys Little Greys River to Hwy bridge [WY] Top of Snaggletooth 700 cfs Kevin Colburn
3y44d15h29m @Greys Little Greys River to Hwy bridge [WY] First Rapid 700 cfs Kevin Colburn
> 10 years @Greys Little Greys River to Hwy bridge [WY] Snaggletooth rapid on the Greys. 0 cfs Richard Hopley
> 10 years @Greys Little Greys River to Hwy bridge [WY] Snaggletooth on the Greys low runnable level Richard Hopley