All three drainages begin below the Continental Divide and converge in Three Forks Park to form the Conejos River. The creeks lie in the South San Juan Wilderness. A trail follows each creek offering unlimited access by foot or horse. Conejos Falls is located on the Middle Fork approximately 3.5 miles above Three Forks Park. Rainbow trout can be caught by patient fishermen in the creeks.
Directions from Three Forks Trailhead: All three drainages begin below the Continental Divide and converge in Three Forks Park to form the Conejos River.
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El Rito Azul, North Fork Conejos, Middle Fork Conejos Rivers
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El Rito Azul, Middle Fork Trail and North Fork Trails
Conejos River - The Conejos River provides more than 30 stream miles of high quality wild trout fishing. The Conejos River has more public fishing access along its length than any other major river in Colorado.
North Fork Conejos River Trail - This trail is entirely within the boundaries of the South San Juan Wilderness Area. The trail rises steeply through several switchbacks and then back into a meadow, eventually viewing the Continental Divide.
Rio Grande National Forest, 1803 West Highway 160
, Monte Vista, CO, 81144, Phone: 719-852-5941, Fax: 719-852-6250, TTY: 719-852-6271