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Piney River near Spring City, TN

Last Reading: 0.27 ft at 2021-04-20 08:11 AM CST

Gauge Information

Gauge Site: Shut in Gap Rd (Take Out)

PRELIMINARY DATA SHOWN. Current LOW, GOOD, and HIGH threshold levels are preliminary, and we need your input to dial these in! The gauge datum (0' point) and the thresholds will be updated as we receive visuals and feedback from the community.

Correlation: The StreamBeam gauge is installed on the same bridge as the existing visual gauge. The StreamBeam gauge reads the water level at the center of the bridge and the visual gauge is near the river left bank. Due to the gradient and dynamic flow under the bridge, the two gauges do not read the exact same value at all levels, but there is a strong linear correlation between the two gauges. The StreamBeam gauge is set to read the same value as the painted gauge at a level of 2.5'. See a link to the correlation chart below.

Correlation Chart with Shut in Gap Rd Painted Gauge

*The correlation chart will be updated as we receive visuals.

Receiving visual reports at varying levels will help us define a correlation and define the color coded thresholds. You can report level visuals and feedback on LOW, GOOD, and HIGH threshold levels on our (website or Facebook Messenger).

River Beta: Piney River - Provided by americanwhitewater.org

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Disclaimer: Data from StreamBeam river gauges is provided in real time and without review for accuracy. River levels posted on this page are provisional and should be used for reference only. The color coded thresholds for perceived river feel at varying levels are best guesses and are not guaranteed to be accurate or representative for every paddler. Whitewater is inherently dangerous! Information gathered from this site is no substitute for experience and good judgment. Always verify the river conditions first hand and understand the risks before putting on any river.