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Gauge Information

Gauge Description:

The USGS Gauge for the San Juan Near Bluff reflects the releases from the dam on the Navajo Reservoir, located in northwestern New Mexico near the Colorado border and the natural flow of the Animas River out of Colorado. For up to date levels and info on releases from the Navaho Reservoir contact Pat Page of the US BLM:
Phone # (970) 385 6560
email: ppage@uc.usbr.gov.

Gauge Information

Name Range Difficulty Updated Level
usgs-09379500 500 - 8000 cfs I-II(III) 9d02h43m 2990 cfs (running)

RangeWater LevelDifficultyComment
500 -8000 cfs barely runnable-high runnable I-II(III)

Report - Reports of San Juan 02. Mexican Hat to Clay Hills Crossing and related gauges

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
San Juan [UT] clay hills falls n/a curtis verploegh
1y243d20h50m /San Juan-2. Mexican Hat to Clay Hills Crossing [UT] flash flooding on the San Juan 0 cfs david steinberg
3y224d03h30m @San Juan 2. Mexican Hat to Clay Hills Crossing [UT] muddy waters of Government 875 cfs Mark Miller
6y279d06h12m /San Juan-2. Mexican Hat to Clay Hills Crossing [UT] San Juan River Trip 1100 cfs Thomas O'Keefe
> 10 years San Juan [UT] Grand Gulch flood n/a curtis verploegh
> 10 years San Juan [UT] Adam Goshorn runs Goverment Rapid on the San Juan, UT unknown Adam Goshorn
> 10 years San Juan [UT] Family Raft on San Juan 1100cfs Barry Grimes