The Roaring Fork

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Sur le côté ouest de Indenpendence passer dans l’est de Pitkin County est le début de la Roaring Fork sur c’est 112 km voyage en aval dans la rivière Colorado. Passant par le tremble, Woody Creek, et Snowmass, le Roaring Fork fusionne avec le gril, à basalte. Continuer en bas de la vallée, juste au-dessous de Carbondale, le cristal se jette dans la Roaring Fork. À Glenwood Springs, le Roaring Fork fusionne avec la rivière Colorado.
 

Weller Lake to Difficult Camp Ground (Upper Roaring Fork):
Season: Spring- Summer
Day Use Pass: na
Class of Rapids: V+
Length: 3.2 miles
Put-in: Weller Lake
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Slaughterhouse Aspen to Woody Creek Bridge:
Season: Spring- Summer
Day Use Pass: na
Class of Rapids: IV-V
Length:  4.5 miles
Put-in: Aspen
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Upper Woody Creek Bridge to Lower Woody Creek Bridge:
Season: Spring- Summer
Day Use Pass: na
Class of Rapids: III
Length: 3.8 miles
Put-in: Upper Woody Creek Bridge
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Lower Woody Creek Bridge to Route 82 Bridge:
Season: Spring- Summer
Day Use Pass: na
Class of Rapids: III
Length: 6.2  miles
Put-in: Lower Woody Creek Bridge
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Black Bridge to Veltus Park (Cemetery):
Season: Spring- Summer
Day Use Pass: na
Class of Rapids: II+
Length: 6.2  miles
Put-in: Black Bridge
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Roaring Fork at Glenwood Springs

  • Flow: 595 ft³/s
  • Water Level: 2.90 ft
USGS

 

Roaring Fork Above Difficult CG

  • Flow: 12.0 ft³/s
  • Water Level: 1.10 ft
USGS

 

Roaring Fork Near Aspen

  • Flow: 28.0 ft³/s
  • Water Level: 0.73 ft
USGS

 

Roaring Fork Near Emma

  • Flow: 340 ft³/s
  • Water Level: 5.20 ft
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