Salmon-River paddling is about combining one's paddling abilities and navigational skills with the movements of the environment itself. Important to a Salmon-River 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 Salmon-River 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 13 river runs below before your next Salmon-River adventure.
|River Run||Status||Streamflow (CFS)||Air Temp (F)||Length (Mi)||Gradient (FPM)||Class|
|RUNNABLE||1690||71||38||II TO II+|
|TOO LOW||2870||73||79||III TO IV|
|TOO LOW||1470||77||50||III- TO IV|
|TOO LOW||275||55||10.2||31.8||III- TO III+|
|TOO LOW||275||55||II- TO III-|
|76||8.5||26.2||III TO IV|
|275||55||5.4||143||V TO V+|
|RUNNABLE||1250||59||13||22.7||III- TO III+|
|1250||59||5.3||II+ TO III|
Check me out! I'm a super cool Tab panel with text content!