Costa Rica's Mountain Rainbows

“By first light we had risen far enough out of the valley to catch a glimpse of the cobalt Pacific sparkling on the western horizon, waves lapping on palm-fringed shores. We turned off the main road at Cerro de la Muerte, the height of land along Costa Rica’s harrowing continental divide — a spot that, on the rare clear day, offers views of two oceans.” In the New York Times, Dave Sherwood writes about fly fishing for the wildly beautiful rainbows transplanted from California’s McCloud River to Costa Rica’s Rio Savegre Valley.

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