Symonds Yat water level, paddle'able?

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Symonds Yat water level, paddle'able?

Post by peepaddle » Wed Nov 12, 2014 9:32 pm

Hey all, any ideas on if the water lever is over the rocks on rapids cant find no info anywhere, im due to go the weekend but dont want a wasted trip if its too high.

I know we are due some more rain but have no idea on levels.

Thanks in advance :)

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Re: Symonds Yat water level, paddle'able?

Post by twopigs » Thu Nov 13, 2014 8:33 am

peepaddle wrote:Hey all, any ideas on if the water lever is over the rocks on rapids cant find no info anywhere, im due to go the weekend but dont want a wasted trip if its too high.

I know we are due some more rain but have no idea on levels.

Thanks in advance :)
Look at the Redbrook gauge http://apps.environment-agency.gov.uk/r ... ionId=4028

If over about 1.0 metres all the groynes will be just underwater.
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Re: Symonds Yat water level, paddle'able?

Post by peepaddle » Thu Nov 13, 2014 3:10 pm

twopigs wrote:
peepaddle wrote:Hey all, any ideas on if the water lever is over the rocks on rapids cant find no info anywhere, im due to go the weekend but dont want a wasted trip if its too high.

I know we are due some more rain but have no idea on levels.

Thanks in advance :)
Look at the Redbrook gauge http://apps.environment-agency.gov.uk/r ... ionId=4028

If over about 1.0 metres all the groynes will be just underwater.
Currently at 3m.. doubt that will drop in time!

Thank You for the info :)

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