We have no additional information about how various flows affect ability to run or play on this section of river. If you can provide additional information, please either directly contact the StreamTeam member for this reach, or add a 'comment' or a 'report' with your information to help out your fellow boaters.

Gauge Information

Name Range Difficulty Updated Level
DIFFICULT RUN NEAR GREAT FALLS, VA
usgs-01646000 600 - 5000 cfs II-IV(V+) 05h18m ~ 14.3 cfs (too low)
scott run is a much smaller drainage than difficult run, so it will likely only be runnable after heavy rain and while difficult is still rising.
gauge graph
RangeWater LevelDifficultyComment
600 -5000 cfs barely runnable-high runnable II-IV(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
last 200 yards [VA] low Bill Witte
Scotts Run [VA] rock boof low Bill Witte
Pimmit Run [VA] Approach 1500 on Four Mile Pete Morey
> 10 years Scott Run [VA] Scott's Run gorge perfect John Alden
> 10 years Scotts Run [VA] C1'n Scotts low Bill Witte
> 10 years Scott Run [VA] High water, Above falls high Erik Amason
> 10 years Scotts [VA] Final Drop low Bill Witte
> 10 years [VA] Falls Approach Medium Erik Amason
> 10 years Scott Run [VA] Waterfall at the end of the gorge. high John Alden