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Oregon paddling is about combining one's paddling abilities and navigational skills with the movements of the environment itself. Important to a Oregon riverrunner is the experience and expression of the river in its continuity rather than, say, a penchant for its punctuated "vertical" features (e.g. standing waves, play-holes and waterfalls). Therefore the Oregon paddler will maneuver the craft in such a way as to make use of the river's surface features (e.g. waves, holes and eddylines) thus conserving the boat's speed and momentum. Explore current conditions for 23 river runs below before your next Oregon adventure.

River Run Status Streamflow (CFS) Air Temp (F) Length (Mi) Gradient (FPM) Class
RUNNABLE 1240 70 5 57 IV TO IV+
RUNNABLE 1240 70 2.5 43.3 V- TO V+
63 18 0.7 I TO II
RUNNABLE 1240 70 15.5 38.4 IV- TO IV+
RUNNABLE 1240 70 12 27 III
RUNNABLE 1240 70 12 III TO V
TOO HIGH 5920 77 24.5 II+ TO IV
TOO HIGH 5920 77 33 8 II TO II+
RUNNABLE 6630 75 36 33 III TO IV
TOO HIGH 3860 74 31.3 13 II TO II+
RUNNABLE 6010 72 44 III TO III+
RUNNABLE 4370 80 65 18 II+ TO III+
RUNNABLE 1760 75 34 24 IV+ TO V
RUNNABLE 4370 80 35 17 III TO V-
TOO HIGH 4040 61 7 II- TO II
RUNNABLE 4040 61 7.5 27 II+ TO III+
63 16 3 I TO II-
71 25 I
275 55 5.4 143 V TO V+
RUNNABLE 1240 70 15 21 III- TO III+
RUNNABLE 6010 72 63 13 III TO III+
1250 59 5.3 II+ TO III
72 9 7.7 I

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