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Re: Green River/Gates of Lodore

Delete this post Submitted by Michael W. Wellman <> on 09/Feb/2018 in reply to Green River/Gates of Lodore posted by Jay in Baltimore on 01/Feb/2018


Nobody knows yet because it's permit controlled and the permit application window closed on January 31. Application results should be available next week.

See also

There are non-permitted sections on the Green from just below Flaming Gorge dam to Swinging Bridge (basically at the Colorado stateline); however, really there's only one Class III rapid in those 30 miles. The top section is mostly a pleasant float trip, the middle section has the arguable Class III rapid, and the bottom section is basically a bird wildlife sanctuary traversed, in August, on mostly moving, albeit slowly, water.

You can also run day trips on the 9 mile Split Mountain Canyon section of the Green. It's permitted as well. See

Good luck!


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