The White River

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White River, Wikipedia.org

The White River in north central Colorado is a tributary of the Green River, which flows into the Colorado at Moab, Utah. Starting in the Flat Tops Wilderness Area in northeastern Garfield County, the White stretches for 195 miles. The North Fork of the White starts at Wall Lake and flows northwest, then southwest. The South Fork rises about 10 miles south of the North Fork, and meets near Buford, forming the White River proper.
 

North Fork, White River:

Season: Spring- Summer
Day Use Pass: na
Class of Rapids:
Length: 20 miles
Put-in: Mirror Lake
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South Fork, White River:

Season: Spring- Summer
Day Use Pass: na
Class of Rapids: III-IV
Length: 10 miles
Put-in: Notional Forest CG
American Whitewater.org

White River:

Season: Spring- Summer
Day Use Pass: na
Class of Rapids: I-II
Length: 80 miles
Put-in: Rangley
American Whitewater.org
 

White River Below Boise Creek, Near Rangely, Co

  • Water Temp: 39.2 ° F
  • Flow: 283 ft³/s
  • Water Level: 2.58 ft
USGS

White River Above Coal Creek Near Meeker, Co

  • Water Temp: 53.78 ° F
  • Flow: 150 ft³/s
  • Water Level: 1.50 ft
USGS

 

White River Near Meeker, Co

  • Flow: 208 ft³/s
  • Water Level: 2.27 ft
USGS