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Rifle Ranger District Rifle Ranger District,
White River National Forest
The Rifle Ranger District of the White River National Forest is located around the town of Rifle, west of Glenwood Springs.
Roaring Fork River Roaring Fork River,
Colorado Rivers & Streams
The Upper section of the Roaring Fork River is the narrowest and fastest section of the river with the most vertical drop. The fishing is characterized by mostly riffle water with the occasional pool and run. These fish while not the largest in the river can many times be the most aggressive.
Roaring Fork River Roaring Fork River,
Colorado Rivers & Streams
The Gold Medal water section of the Roaring Fork runs from the confluence with the Crystal River to the confluence with the Colorado River in Glenwood Springs.
Roaring Fork River Roaring Fork River,
Colorado Rivers & Streams
The Roaring Fork River is a freestone river that has many different faces as it travels throughout the Roaring Fork Valley. It originates on Independence Pass and culminates at the confluence with the Colorado River in Glenwood Springs.
Roaring Fork-Lower River Section (float fishing) Roaring Fork River,
Colorado Rivers & Streams
The Gold Medal water section of the Roaring Fork runs from the confluence with the Crystal River to the confluence with the Colorado River in Glenwood Springs.
Roaring Fork-Middle River Section Roaring Fork River,
Colorado Rivers & Streams
The Middle section of the Roaring Fork River from Basalt to Carbondale falls in elevation much less than the upper sections and offers larger runs and pools.
Roaring Fork-Middle River Section (float fishing) Roaring Fork River,
Colorado Rivers & Streams
The Middle section of the Roaring Fork River from Basalt to Carbondale falls in elevation much less than the upper sections and offers larger runs and pools.
Ruedi Boat Ramp & Picnic Ground Sopris Ranger District,
White River National Forest
The Ruedi Boat Ramp and Picnic Ground is located adjacent to Little Maud, Little Mattie and Mollie B Campgrounds, near the west end of Ruedi Reservoir.
Ruedi Reservoir Ruedi Reservoir Recreation facilities around the lake consist of four campgrounds accommodating 81 campsites and two boat-launching ramps. The lake covers about 997 acres and is approximately 5 miles long.
Spring Creek Trail Rifle Ranger District,
White River National Forest
This trail is fairly steep but provides access up the main section of Spring Creek.
Sweetwater Lake Eagle Ranger District,
White River National Forest
Sweetwater is a natural 72 acre lake at 7,709 feet , popular for fishing, boating and camping.
Sylvan Lake Eagle Ranger District,
White River National Forest
Sylvan Lake, a 40 acre lake at 8,510 feet, offers non motorized boating opportunities, good fishing for brook and rainbow trout, and panoramic views of the surrounding alpine scenery.
Three Forks Trail Rifle Ranger District,
White River National Forest
The trail follows Three Forks Creek, with a number of crossings and beaver ponds along the way. The ridgetop offers an outstanding view of the East Rifle Creek drainage.
White Owl Lake Eagle Ranger District,
White River National Forest
White Owl is a 21 acre natural lake located on the Flat Tops at an elevation of 10,680 feet.
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