Since the middle of May of 2011 the Colorado River in the Grand Canyon has been flowing at or above 20,000 cfs at a constant flow. This has made for great river trips, rapids, and plenty of time for off-river hiking and exploration. Another nice thing that will come from this high water is that when the water drops the beaches will be huge, clean, and beautiful. This drop will come at the beginning of September when the river is dropped to a steady flow of 15,000 cfs for September and October. There is still some space available on our September Grand Canyon rafting trip. Be sure to check out our webpage for all of the details about our Grand Canyon rafting trips.
February 7, 2024 What do atmospheric rivers mean for the Colorado River Basin? Outside, at our office in Salt Lake City, the sky is dark