Rafting on Lower Dolores starting up again

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Rafting on Lower Dolores starting up again

McPhee Reservoir topped off; excess released below dam
Photo courtesy of Sam Carter

Mountain snowpack continues to feed McPhee Reservoir and the Lower Dolores River. As seen from a recent Boutique Airlines flight, there is still more snow to melt off from Navajo and Kilpacker Basins, El Diente, Wilson Peak and Mt. Wilson.
Snaggletooth Rapid on the Lower Dolores River will come back to life thanks to another whitewater release planned for next week.
Jim Mimiaga/The Journal

Lingering snowpack in the Dolores Basin has led to a longer rafting season below McPhee Dam.

Rafting on Lower Dolores starting up again

Photo courtesy of Sam Carter

Mountain snowpack continues to feed McPhee Reservoir and the Lower Dolores River. As seen from a recent Boutique Airlines flight, there is still more snow to melt off from Navajo and Kilpacker Basins, El Diente, Wilson Peak and Mt. Wilson.
Snaggletooth Rapid on the Lower Dolores River will come back to life thanks to another whitewater release planned for next week.
Jim Mimiaga/The Journal

Lingering snowpack in the Dolores Basin has led to a longer rafting season below McPhee Dam.
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