Chevelon Creek

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River Name
Name displayed
Gauge Location
Class (I-VI)
High flow(CFS)
Optimal flow(CFS)
Low flow(CFS)
Character
Difficulties
Elevation lost in feet
Drainage basin
Gradient feet/mile
Guide book
Run # in guide book
Page # in guide book
Run length in miles
State(s) run is located in
Region of the state a run is in
How remote is this section
Type of scenery on this section
Type of scenery on this section
Name of this section
Sort Key
Description
Supplemental notes
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Editing an existing run Go to a run that you want to edit, then change all the information you feel needs changed. Then press the 'Update this entry' button. Your information will then be added into my database, and the next time my software runs, the run will be added.

Please note, it might be several hours before my software runs again.


Creating new runs To create a new run, go to a run that will use the same gauge. Then edit it, being sure to change all the relevant information. Then press the 'This is a new run' button. Your information will then be added into my database, and the next time my software runs, the run will be added.

Please note, it might be several hours before my software runs again.


An e-mail will be sent to you with a link, that you must click on within 24 hours to authenticate it, or your update will be thrown away.
  • No Show Do not display this entry.
  • River Name The river name is used for internal purposes, but should be the name of the river you are entring data for. It normally does not include which fork of the river this is, rather the main river name.
  • Name displayed This what is actually displayed on the web pages.
  • Class (I-VI) This is the international rating scale. For details, please see the AWA Rating Scale information. If the class is flow dependent, you can enter this by specifying fields like: {III-IV 350 500} {IV-V 500} which says the run is a III-IV if the flow is between 350 and 500, and IV-V if it is over 500. Please note, the curly braces are very important! You can also use gauge heights, for example: {III-IV 1' 2'} {IV-V 2'} says the run is a III-IV if the gauge is between 1 and 2 feet, and a IV-V if the gauge is over 2 feet.
  • High flow(CFS) What is a high levl for this run. To specify the high value in CFS, just enter the number, 350. To specify the high value in feet, enter the number followed by a single quote, 4.5'. Please be conservative for this value. Consider what the average boater on that run would consider high! Also be aware of the differences between rafts and hard shells.
  • Optimal flow(CFS) What is a good levl for this run. To specify the high value in CFS, just enter the number, 350. To specify the high value in feet, enter the number followed by a single quote, 4.5'. Be aware of the differences between rafts and hard shells.
  • Low flow(CFS) What is the minimal water level required to run this section? To specify the low value in CFS, just enter the number, 350. To specify the low value in feet, enter the number followed by a single quote, 4.5'. Please be conservative for this value. Consider what the average boater on that run would consider low! Also be aware of the differences between rafts and hard shells.
  • Character This describes the feel of the run. Samples include: Big gentle river, Big desert river, ledge drops Rock gardens, narrow canyon, Pool Drop.
  • Elevation lost in feet difference between put in and take out in feet
  • Drainage basin this section is in
  • Guide book for multiple guide books, use a comma seperated list
  • Run # in guide book for multiple guide books, use a comma seperated list, in the same order as the Guide Book field
  • Page # in guide book for multiple guide books, use a comma seperated list, in the same order as the Guide Book field
  • State(s) run is located in If a run is in two states, then can be both be listed. For example, many of the snake runs are in Oregon and Idaho, so the entry there would be Oregon Idaho For states with a space in the name, substitute an underscore for the space. For example, New Mexico becomes New_Mexico
  • Region of the state a run is in Which region of the state is this run in. Examples might include: Eastern, Southwestern.
  • Sort Key The sort key can be used to move a run updown/down in the displayed list, please be very careful with this. Let's say you have a run you want to move down in a list, you could then append an a to the sort key. Moving up is harder, though it can be done by shortening the sort key.