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Online Lynn Level

As of June 2021 we have access to digital data for flow rate for Lynn Creek.  It only updates every 4 hours, so it can be a little out of date, so hopefully this can give an idea of if it's worth driving to take a look at the physical gauge stick at Bridgeman park. 

Disclaimer, Lynn level is provided by the District of North Vancouver.

Hydrometric monitoring data is considered preliminary and has been transmitted automatically with no verification and review for quality assurance. Data is based on automated readings and errors may occur due to a number of causes, including instrument malfunctions or physical changes at the monitoring / measurement sites. Subsequent quality assurance and verification procedures may result in differences between what is currently displayed and what will become the official record.

It is the responsibility of all persons who use hydrometric data to independently confirm the accuracy of the data, information, or results obtained through its use. Data users are cautioned to consider carefully the provisional nature of the information before relying upon it. 

The District of North Vancouver does not warrant the quality, accuracy or completeness of any information, data or product obtained from hydrometric data. It is provided “AS IS” without warranty or condition of any nature. The District of North Vancouver disclaims all other warranties, either express or implied, including but not limited to implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. In no event will the District of North Vancouver be liable for any loss or damage whatsoever, including without limitation, indirect or consequential loss or damage, arising from reliance upon the data or derived information.

NOT A LIVE PHOTO

Lynn Level (last 10 readings)

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Past 6 hours Rainfall: 

Flow correlation to physical gauge - Approximation

Note, the level of Lynn Creek can change rapidly, it's not uncommon for it to change 10-20cms within in an hour if it is raining heavily.  The Upper gauge levels are serious whitewater. Readings are to the bottom of each color.

UPPER RED - 80cms

UPPER YELLOW - 58cms

UPPER GREEN - 45cms

RED - 24cms

ORANGE - 19cms

GREEN - 15cms - This is the minimum flow we recommend (pictured)

YELLOW 11cms

Please post updates on the Club Facebook page if levels are not matching.

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Past 2 hours Rainfall:

Past 1 hour Rainfall: