Minimum flows are 250 cfs for canoes/kayaks/inflatables, 800 cfs for small rafts to 14 ft., 1000 cfs for large rafts to 18 ft. Flow information hotline 970.565.7562. Flows of 2000 cfs are ideal for this section. In some years boatable flows are limited. Check with the Dolores Water Conservancy District for information on the timing of spring releases from McPhee Dam.
|DOLORES RIVER NEAR CISCO, UT|
|usgs-09180000||1900 - 2700 cfs||II+(IV)||03h29m||~ 3610 cfs (running)|
|Acceptable flow range for rafts - other crafts may enjoy flows outside this range (See Dolores 2011 Flow-Evaluation Report for more information).|
Reports give the public a chance to report on river conditions throughout the country as well as log the history of a river.
|1y222d15h21m||/Dolores-6. Gateway to Colorado River (UT) [CO]||Entering Stateline Rapid||0 cfs||Nathan Fey|
|2y221d12h20m||/Dolores-6. Gateway to Colorado River (UT) [CO]||Account of 09/13/16||0 cfs||Nathan Fey|
|6y318d14h30m||/Dolores-6. Gateway to Colorado River (UT) [CO]||Lower Dolores River||0 cfs||Nathan Fey|
|6y318d14h34m||/Dolores-6. Gateway to Colorado River (UT) [UT]||Account of 06/09/12||0 cfs||Nathan Fey|
|8y156d04h53m||/Dolores-6. Gateway to Colorado River (UT) [CO]||Account of 11/20/10||0 cfs||Nathan Fey|