Colorado River - Glenwood Springs Whitewater Park

Colorado-US  

Description

In winter 2014 the wave was reworked. The Wave now features a beautiful kayaker wave river left and a fun surfers wave on river right. 

Wave Reports:

Below 3.5k: Wave is barely functional at these flows. Epic front surfing, spins, and occasional end moves are most common on the Boat Chute side. 

3.5k to 5k: the middle waves start coming in, access is excellent, never a hike. The center is not as retentive as it looks, but most will find it still to steep and hole like. Pretty good wave at these flows, worth a drive!

5k to 12k: Prime flows! Eddy access remains! Call in sick, anything is possible at these flows. 

13k to19k: Eddy access is gone, hike or use tow rope if available. Wave can give up big airscews etc but also become more flushy and surgy. Good luck and go big!

20k+: Pretty flushy for playboats. Few kayakers will find it rewarding. Surfers rejoice as river right offers excellent rides!

For more info check www.glenwoodwebcam.com to see a live feed of the feature. 
For daily photos, competition info, and updates check out the Wave's facebook page.

Statistics

Erik Larsson
Class II to IV-
Current Flow 2360.0 CFS
09-21-2017 07:15


View River Forecast

Recommended Flow Minimum: 1600.0
Average: 5000.0
Maximum: 20000.0
Typical Season Begins: January
Ends: December
Recommended Use Kayaking: Yes
Rafting: Yes
Canoeing: No
SUP: Yes
Packrafting: No
Fishing: Yes
Primary Gauge COLORADO RIVER BELOW GLENWOOD SPRINGS, CO.
Length 0.25 Mile(s)
Gradient FPM
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SUPer Olly

05-26-2014 -

Photo By: Erik Larsson