San Juan National Forest  

  Alpine lakes, canyons, cataracts, waterfalls, unusual geologic formations, historic mines and broad variations in elevation characterize this area. Archeological ruins of the ancient Pueblo People are preserved at Chimney Rock.
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The Durango and Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad takes passengers on a historic ride from Durango to Silverton through the deep, gorgeous canyon of the Animas River.

San Juan National Forest is located in southwestern Colorado on the western slope of the Continental Divide. It covers an area from east to west of more than 120 miles and from north to south more than 60 miles, encompassing an area of 1,869,931 acres.

 

  
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