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Love Chama River Valley

The views of OKeeffe territory are spectacular. The river I understand is temperamental so check... read more

Reviewed 19 August 2014
Debkress
via mobile
Tom O

We decided to continuing our fly fishing this summer while we were in Santa Fe, so we returned to... read more

Reviewed 19 September 2013
Tom O
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San Diego, California
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A major tributary of the Rio Grande in northern New Mexico, this section flows through a colorful and dramatic canyon, towering cliffs and many historical sites, which make this waterway an excellent wild river backdrop for paddlers and fishing enthusiasts.
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19 Aug 2014
“Love Chama River Valley”
18 Sep 2013
“Tom O”
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Reviewed 19 August 2014 via mobile

The views of OKeeffe territory are spectacular. The river I understand is temperamental so check the weather and the dam For release of water. We had a super family float. The rapids were enough for some thrills. The water is milk chocolate and the shore...More

1  Thank Debkress
Reviewed 19 September 2013

We decided to continuing our fly fishing this summer while we were in Santa Fe, so we returned to the Reel Life fly fishing shop in the Sanbusco shopping center in Santa Fe to hire our favorite guide, Jesse. He suggested we fish the upper...More

2  Thank Tom O
Reviewed 15 August 2013

Heading to Chama tomorrow.... Photo of Sipapu Boletus..... Chanterelle mushroom hunting is good around old stock drive trailhead (now reclaimed to natural) just past La Manga Pass, North side of Colorado State Highway 17, heading towards Antonito traveling from Chama.

1  Thank Spyfarm
Reviewed 5 August 2013

Best mushrooms in the world are plenty near Chama--BOLETUS see my pics. Only few people pick mushrooms in USA,BOLETUS is an easy mushroom to separate from the poisonous ones.. Fly to Santa Fe or Albuquerque and drive to Chama-then look around and drive toward Antonito,Co--see...More

1  Thank molokai1717
Reviewed 28 May 2013

Looking for an adventure ? Paddle the Chama River. We rented kayaks from REI in ABQ. not the recommended boat for the inexperienced paddlers, inflatable rafts are the craft of choice. Water runs from quiescent to borderline class III depending on CFS being released from...More

Thank Kadasha
Reviewed 13 June 2011

Floated the Rio Chama with New Wave Rafting on a 3 day trip. This was my third time on this river and my first time with New Wave. This section of river is one of the most beautiful parts of the state, winding through beautiful...More

Thank khr23
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Oakdale Louisiana
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Reviewed 26 August 2003

We love the chama valley area so much that we brought a cabin in the brazos cliff area the only thing is if you ski you have a long way to drive over to wolf creek chama is great and they cut the slopes south...More

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