Catching a 5-pound rainbow trout is possible on the Conejos River throughout the summer and ...
There is fishing access to the Conejos River and Spectacle Lake. The lake is year ...
Rancho del Oso Pardo may be the most beautiful ranch land in the northern New ...
The Chama Basin Trailhead is at the beginning of Forest Service property at the end ...
Open year round, Big Eddy is located off of FR 151 along the Rio Chama ...
Perhaps a mid 1800’s homestead or trading post these adobe ruins sit on a overlooking ...
This popular campground is open year round. The campground is located in the scenic San ...
Catching a 5-pound rainbow trout is possible on the Conejos River throughout the summer and fall seasons, but you better be willing to get up early before the fish fill up. The Conejos River runs southeast, turns east toward Antonito, then empties into the famous Rio Grande. A dirt forest service road parallels the river […]
There is fishing access to the Conejos River and Spectacle Lake. The lake is year round, with winter ice-fishing. Spectacle Lake Trail 730 begins 1/2 mile south on Forest Road 250. Ruybalid Trail 855 and Notch Trail 729 are also accessible. 2 sites have parking for two car groups. Both day and overnight use is […]
Catching a 5-pound rainbow trout is possible on the Conejos River throughout the summer and fall seasons, but you better be willing to get up early before the fish fill up. The campground, located on Colorado HWY 17, adjacent to the Conejos River and is wooded with Ponderosa pines. Loop B is marked and is […]
Trujillo Meadows Reservoir, a short drive north of Chama, New Mexico, is 69 surface acres in size. The lake offers fishing for browns, rainbows and occasional brook trout. There is a boat ramp, small motorized and non-motorized boats are allowed. The lake is a no-wake lake. Trujillo Meadows Reservoir, fed by the Rio de los […]
Rancho del Oso Pardo may be the most beautiful ranch land in the northern New Mexico mountains. With 7 miles and both sides of the Rio Chama and 11 alpine lakes, fishing for legendary wild rainbow and brown trout, hunting, hiking, horseback riding, and wildlife experiences are the finest available in the Rocky Mountains. Internally […]
The Chama Basin Trailhead is at the beginning of Forest Service property at the end of FDR 121. It gives access to the Archuleta Creek and Chama River trails. Dispersed camping is allowed there. From Chama, NM travel north on highway 17 to the Chama River Road #121, turn left onto road #121, travel about […]
The Upper Rio Chama River is formed in the San Juan Mountains. It has an East and West Fork, both of whichoriginate from lakes which are about 12,000 feet in elevation. These two branches flow together about threeand a half miles below the lakes to form the main stem of the Rio Chama River. The […]
A picturesque lake set among the tall pines of northern New Mexico, Heron Lake has been designated a “quiet lake” where boats operate at no-wake speeds only, making it an excellent location for all types of paddle craft. Heron also has amazing sailing, cross-country skiing, and hiking. Heron is a fisherman’s paradise with record-size trout […]
El Vado Lake is a reservoir located in Rio Arriba County, in northern New Mexico. Water is impounded by the earth-filled El Vado Dam, completed in 1935. The 3,200-acre lake is 5 miles long and over 1 mile wide, and lies at an elevation of 6,900 feet. El Vado Reservoir, is located 17 miles southwest […]
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