Colorado River, Headwaters To Kremmling

by National Geographic Maps

Colorado River, Headwaters To Kremmling

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The Colorado River, Headwaters to Kremmling Fishing & River Map Guide is designed to be the perfect companion for anyone recreating on the upper section of this mighty river. Traveling approximately 76 miles and dropping just shy of 3,000 feet in elevation, the section of the upper Colorado River represented in this map from its headwaters to Kremmling winds through diverse landscapes, passes near the towns of Granby, Hot Sulphur Springs, Kremmling, and Parshall, supporting a variety of ecosystems as it morphs into a powerful and mighty waterway known for prolific insect life; brown, rainbow, and brook trout (and the occasional cutthroat); wildlife viewing opportunities; and superb cultural and historical features. Offering copious chances for recreation, including camping; stellar angling; and unguided rafting, kayaking, and stand-up paddle boarding on the Fraser River between Tabernash and Granby and through Byers Canyon (a classic Class IV run on the Colorado River), this waterway
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The Colorado River, Headwaters to Kremmling Fishing & River Map Guide is designed to be the perfect companion for anyone recreating on the upper section of this mighty river. Traveling approximately 76 miles and dropping just shy of 3,000 feet in elevation, the section of the upper Colorado River represented in this map from its headwaters to Kremmling winds through diverse landscapes, passes near the towns of Granby, Hot Sulphur Springs, Kremmling, and Parshall, supporting a variety of ecosystems as it morphs into a powerful and mighty waterway known for prolific insect life; brown, rainbow, and brook trout (and the occasional cutthroat); wildlife viewing opportunities; and superb cultural and historical features. Offering copious chances for recreation, including camping; stellar angling; and unguided rafting, kayaking, and stand-up paddle boarding on the Fraser River between Tabernash and Granby and through Byers Canyon (a classic Class IV run on the Colorado River), this waterway

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