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
COLORADO RIVER AT CATAMOUNT BRIDGE, CO
usgs-09060799 800 - 8800 cfs II(III) 00h45m 984 cfs (running)
gauge class Acceptable flow range - no maximum identified (Flows based on 2012 WFET Basin Report).

gauge graph
RangeWater LevelDifficultyComment
800 -1400 cfs barely runnable-perfect runnable II(III) gauge is important or has warning Low-preferred range (Flows based on 2012 WFET Basin Report).
900 -8800 cfs barely runnable-high runnable II(III) gauge is important or has warning Acceptable flow range - no maximum identified (Flows based on 2012 WFET Basin Report).
1400 -4500 cfs med runnable-a bit pushy runnable II(III) gauge is important or has warning Optimal flow range (Flows based on 2012 WFET Basin Report).
4500 -8800 cfs perfect runnable-high runnable II(III) gauge is important or has warning High-preferred range (Flows based on 2012 WFET Basin Report).

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
4y219d22h25m @Colorado 05. Burns to Dotsero Account of 01/16/15 0 cfs Nathan Fey
5y66d02h11m @Colorado 05. Burns to Dotsero [CO] Colorado River 0 cfs Nathan Fey
7y76d00h18m @Colorado 05. Burns to Dotsero [CO] Account of 06/09/12 0 cfs Nathan Fey