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Canoeing Along the Colorado River

By Tobey Schmidt

Canoeing Along the Colorado River

Canoeing 35 miles down the Colorado River was a trip worth documenting. Seven of us spent a weekend paddling and camping on the river, through the Chocolate Mountains. We passed through the Cibola National Wildlife Refuge on the first day, and then camped at Carrizo campground in Picacho State Recreation Park the second night. The greatest part of the trip were the sand bars along the river for us to stop and make lunch. If you'd like to go on your own paddling adventure through the Chocolate Mountains, start by checking out the park's website here.

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