Our hope with this map is to help people connect with the Roaring Fork and Colorado River Valley’s incredible public lands. Public lands are owned by a government agency (like Colorado Parks and Wildlife, the Bureau of Land Management, or the US Forest Service) and available for everyone to visit and enjoy. They are part of what makes where we live so special!
All of the places we’ve identified are ones you can visit with your whole family. The “Legend” on each map tells you other important information - what kind of activities you can do, if the site has a bathroom, etc. If you need camping or other outdoor gear, we encourage you to visit the XXX or XXX Gear Library, where you can borrow gear and test it out before you decided to purchase anything.
When you visit these special places, be sure to remember they’re home to all sorts of animals: bears, birds, fish, insects, and many more! Treat both the land you’re visiting and the animals with respect - plan ahead and prepare for your visit, always dispose of your waste properly, and take only photos. This ensures these special places will be around for many years to come.
Finally, a big thank you to all of our sponsors and partners (listed above) for making Camino Latino possible. I hope to see you outside!
Defiende Nuestra Tierra, Wilderness workshop.
Date & time:
July 15, 2023
Red hill or Mushroom rock