STATEWIDE: Streamflow Gauges

Northwest Rivers: Flood Forecast – NW River Forecast Center
Washington: All-State Streamflow (small map) – USGS gauges
Washington: All-State Streamflow (big map) – USGS gauges
Washington: All-State Streamflow (table) – USGS gauges
Washington: All-State Streamflow Map – Ecology Dept gauges
Washington Rivers: Recommended paddling levels –


LOCAL & REGIONAL: Streamflows and Lake Levels

All Washington Lakes
All USGS Gauges (WA State)
Chelan (lake level)
Chiwaukum Crk (mouth)
Chiwawa River (Plain)
Cle Elum (Lower)
Columbia (Priest Rapids Dam)
Columbia (Rock Island Dam)
Columbia (Rocky Reach Dam)
Cooper River
Crab Creek (Beverly)

Entiat River (N Fork Camp)

Entiat River (Ardenvoir)

Entiat River (mouth)

Icicle Creek (abv Snow Crk)

Little Wenatchee (Rainey Crk)

Methow (Pateros)
Nason Creek (mouth)
Okanogan (Tonasket)
Peshastin Crk (Green Brdg Rd)
Rock Island (reservoir level)
Rocky Reach (reservoir level)
Rufus Woods Lk (reservoir level)
Similkameen (Nighthawk)
Stehekin River (mouth)
Tieton (Rimrock)
Wenatchee (Monitor)
Wenatchee (Peshastin)
Wenatchee (Plain)
Wenatchee: (Upper)
White River (mouth)
Yakima (Umtanum)

LOCAL RIVERS: Guidebook Info

Chelan Gorge (Class 4-5)
Chiwawa: Lower (Class 3)
Cle Elum: Lower (Class 2)
Entiat: Lower (Class 2+)
Entiat: Upper (Class 4)
Icicle Crk: Middle (Class 5)
Icicle Crk: Lower (Class 4+)
Ingalls Crk (Class 4)
Little Wenatchee Rvr (Class 5)
Methow Riv: Middle (Class 2)           
Methow Riv: Lower (Class 3+)
Nason Crk: Lower (Class 2+)             
Nason Crk: Upper (Class 5)
Peshastin Crk (Class 4)
Stehekin Rvr (Class 2 or 4)
Tieton: Lower (Class 2+)
Tieton: Upper (Class 3+)
Wenatchee: House Run (Class 3+)
Wenatchee: Lower (Class 2)
Wenatchee: Main Run (Class 3)
Wenatchee: Playboating (Class3)
Wenatchee: Tumwater (Class 5)
Wenatchee: Upper (Class 2)
White River: Lower  (Class 1+)
White River: Upper (Class 2)
Yakima River Canyon (Class 1+)
Wenatchee River: All Accesses

WenatcheeOutdoors – Online Guidebook       Washington Rivers Guidebook       
River User Reports

Note: Even if you’ve heard a river run is unobstructed, assume that conditions may have changed and that ongoing vigilance on your part is necessary.

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