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Dude as of now Malad is your best bet. I got reamed last time for saying this, but sixth water isn't really worth it. It is a super low flow creek, and a novelty at best. If you want a good time, and it is still running Malad at 1200 cfs is the ticket right now. Drive 3 1/2 hours to Tuttle, Id, and hook up with awesome people from Twin Falls. Run a ton of laps, hit Jack and the Box, and come back. Here is a video of that run if you have not seen it yet. http://vimeo.com/35867992 if it is running next week I may hit it up.
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not worth checking out right now. road conditions and all. are you looking for some steep falls? 6th water is a fun run in the summer or fall when roads are dried out. if you're looking for some step falls this time of year in utah, 6th water isn't it.
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Backpacked to the springs up there and we had to start the hike 4plus miles for the normal trail head. Access to sixth water will be a very very long day. Loads of snow up there right now....
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