This run isn't as hard as the lower Greys snaggletooth area but can still be challenging for the intermediate boater (especially at high water). At flows over 2000 CFS expect a class IV to V rapid where the landslide has occurred. Daisy's Hole becomes a river wide hole at high water. At normal or lower flows this run is an easier III or III+.
Watch for logjams and wood hazards throughout. Since the river is followed by Greys River Road you can scout the entire stretch. The top and bottom of this run are easier class II water. The landslide area is the crux of the run. Scout the landslide from the left bank.
|Class||II to IV+|
|Primary Gauge||GREYS RIVER AB RESERVOIR NR ALPINE WY|
|Type||Name||Description||Camping?||Water?||Boat Ramp?||Vehicle Access|
|Put-In||Above Lynx Creek Campground||
To reach the Lynx Creek Campground turn East on Greys River Road off of Highway 89 in Alpine, WY. Follow the greys river road for about 12 to 13 miles. Go past the Lynx Creek Campground turn and the river will near the river and you will see a small pulloff right next to the river. You can put in here or anywhere near here that looks good to you.
|Take-Out||Little Greys River Confluence||
From Alpine, WY follow the Greys River Road for about 8-9 miles to the confluence of the Little Greys River. This is where the road makes a 90 degree turn and heads south. Keep following the road to the put-in.
|Rapid Name||Description||Scout||Class||Recommended Flow|
|Above Lake Creek Rapid||
Some boulders and whitewater. The first action you'll see since the put-in.
|III- to III||
This is the crux of the upper greys. Boulders and drops.
Scout from the left bank or what you can manage to see from the road.
|III to IV||
|Daisy's Hole Rapid||
Just after the initial landslide rapid, you'll reach another set of rapids with a large (sometimes river wide) hole. This is just above an island that splits the river.
Scout for wood from the road and scout what river channel you wish to take around the island.
|III- to V||
|Lynx Creek Campground||
Lynx Creek campground is in the Bridger-Teton National Forrest and doesn't require a fee. Sites are first come, first serve. The campground can be accessed from the Greys River Road or the Greys River.
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