On Day 2, flow rises due to controlled dam release upstream.

Rafts floating down middle of river.

Detailed Description

Team D enters the middle of the Uinta basin on Day 2, with Split Mountain still visible. The flow of the river greatly increased that day due to a controlled release at Flaming Gorge Dam. The high flow is meant to carry the larvae of an endangered species of sucker fish into bordering wetlands, where the larvae can grow under more protected conditions.

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Image Dimensions: 3264 x 1832

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Location Taken: US