Colorado's Ute Country Rivers

Forget about the San Juan below Navajo Dam and think about fishing the marvelous rivers within the Ute indian reservation in southern Colorado, says Karl Moffat in the Sante Fe New Mexican. “This long, lonely stretch of road eventually passes through the abandoned railroad town of Pagosa Junction where a magnificent, whitewashed, adobe church still stands upon a hill overlooking the town’s ruins. Here one can wander among several still standing buildings and a great stand of cottonwood trees and wonder about the history of this formerly bustling town.”

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