Yampa River flow facts, maps and water resources info for the basin
- 1,623,000 – Average total acre feet of water
- 33,200 cfs – peak flow at Dinosaur National Monument on May 18, 1984
- 27,400 cfs – June 8th, 2011 flow at Dinosaur.
- 6,000 cfs – peak flow in 2012 in Steamboat Springs
- 2,000 cfs – peak flow in 2011 in Steamboat Springs
Kevin McBride’s presentation from the 2017 State of the Yampa event, courtesy of the Upper Yampa Water Conservancy District:State of the Upper Yampa River Draft FINAL
Interesting Colorado water usage facts from a presentation by Wayne Vanderschuere, former General Manager of the Water Services Division of Colorado Springs Utilities. (Note: some of this information is dated, but we think you’ll find many of the facts and figures interesting and still relevant today.)not10-29-Wayne Vanderschuere