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Photo: Picket Wire Canyonlands Guided Auto Tour
View on MapPicket Wire Canyonlands Guided Auto Tour, Colorado
part ofPSICC, US Forest Service
For a unique and unforgettable family experience, tour Picket Wire Canyonlands. Located on the Comanche National Grassland south of La Junta, Colorado,...[more]

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View on MapSierra Vista Interpretive Site, Colorado [14.16miles*]
US Forest Service
For Santa Fe National Historic Trail travelers heading south, the changing horizon from plains to mountains was a major milestone on their journey. One...[more]

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HIKINGHORSEBACK RIDING
View on MapVogel Canyon Picnic Area, Colorado [14.89miles*]
US Forest Service
Vogel Canyon is a scenic tributary of the Purgatorie River. Permanent springs at the bottom of the canyon support a variety of wildlife, which can best...[more]
View on MapTimpas Picnic Area, Colorado [17.57miles*]
US Forest Service
Timpas Creek was the first source of water for Santa Fe National Historic Trail travelers after leaving the Arkansas River heading southwest. Between ...[more]
View on MapWithers Canyon Trailhead, Colorado [22.7miles*]
US Forest Service

Withers Canyon Trailhead is the starting point for the 17.6 mile Picket Wire Canyon Trail and the 0.5 mile Picket Wire Canyon Overlook Trail.

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BIKINGHIKINGWILDLIFE VIEWING
View on MapPicket Wire Corrals Interpretive Site, Colorado [23.19miles*]
US Forest Service

This popular meeting spot, about 33 miles south of La Junta, offers wildlife interpretation and corrals for public equestrian use.

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HIKINGHORSEBACK RIDINGPICNICKINGRECREATIONAL VEHICLESWILDLIFE VIEWING
View on MapRourke Ranch National Historic Site, Colorado [27.8miles*]
US Forest Service
Rourke Ranch, also known as the Wineglass Ranch, was a cattle and horse ranch founded by Eugene Rourke in 1871. Three generations of the Rourke family...[more]

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BIKINGHIKINGWILDLIFE VIEWING
View on MapIron Spring Interpretive Site, Colorado [29.34miles*]
US Forest Service
Iron Spring was an important water stop for travelers on the Santa Fe National Historic Trail. Depending on the season or weather conditions, several ...[more]
View on MapJohn Martin Reservoir, Colorado [32.48miles*]
US Army Corps of Engineers
A portion of the Santa Fe Trail is preserved for visitor viewing. From Las Animas, 15 mi E on US 50 to Hasty, 2 mi So on county road 260.

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BOATINGFISHINGHIKINGHOTEL/LODGE/RESORT PRIVATELY OWNEDPICNICKINGPLAYGROUND PARK SPECIALIZED SPORT SITEWATER SPORTSWILDLIFE VIEWING
View on MapShooting Range, Colorado [64.87miles*]
US Forest Service
This shooting range is self-serve and will accommodate rifle, shotgun and pistol enthusiasts. This is a great location for big game hunters to sight in...[more]

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