Greys River - Upper Greys (Lynx Creek to Little Greys)

Wyoming-US  

Description

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. 

Statistics

Class II to IV+
Current Flow 609.0 CFS
08-21-2017 05:30
Recommended Flow Minimum: 500.0
Average: 2000.0
Maximum: 5500.0
Typical Season Begins: April
Ends: October
Recommended Use Kayaking: No
Rafting: No
Canoeing: No
SUP: No
Packrafting: No
Fishing: No
Primary Gauge GREYS RIVER AB RESERVOIR NR ALPINE WY
Length 4.0 Mile(s)
Gradient 40.0 FPM