In most years, water use in the city brings bountiful rapids to grateful kayakers.
By Katie Knoll
And in those years, that action creates the perfect conditions for kayaking at a time when flows are too low for the sport on many other rivers.
And that’s when we get BaileyFest.
The popular kayaking event runs on a stretch of the North Fork of the South Platte River from Bailey to Pine and has a national reputation for Class IV-V rapids.
“We are really excited in years where conditions align to help make BaileyFest a reality,” said Jeremy Allen, who works with Dave Bennett to coordinate the Roberts Tunnel flows as part of Denver Water’s Planning Division. “This…
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