Whitewater boating season begins on Dolores River

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Whitewater boating season begins on Dolores River

Dolores River flows on upper, lower sections
Canoers marvel at the sights on the Lower Dolores River. Low-elevation snowmelt has boosted flows in the lower canyons sufficient for kayaking. A 2,000 cfs whitewater release below the dam is expected to begin in April and last for six weeks.
Ed Archuleta dicusses the lower Dolores bridge that CDOT is replacing.
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Reservoir access meeting March 30

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Whitewater boating season begins on Dolores River

Canoers marvel at the sights on the Lower Dolores River. Low-elevation snowmelt has boosted flows in the lower canyons sufficient for kayaking. A 2,000 cfs whitewater release below the dam is expected to begin in April and last for six weeks.
Ed Archuleta dicusses the lower Dolores bridge that CDOT is replacing.
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