Exploring the Río Grande in the Southern San Luis Valley

For the communities of northern New Mexico and southern Colorado, the Río Grande del Norte is a timeless iconic landscape that connects the modern world to the lifestyle, traditions and culture of the past. From its vast recreational opportunities and tourism benefits, to its essential habitat for wildlife, clean water and subsistence values – the Río Grande del Norte is an important part of the surrounding community’s health, happiness, economy and quality of life.

Join us to explore some of the cultural, historical treasures of the area in Conejos County. Limited transportation is available to the sites, so we ask you bring your own vehicle, if possible. Also, please bring water, snacks, and lunch, if you plan on staying for the entire trip. Here is the itinerary for the day:

8:15am – Meet at South Conejos School District (13099 Co Rd. G, Antonito, CO 81120)
8:30am – Leave School
9:00am – Arrive at Lobatos Bridge
9:20am – ETA EcoFlight Flyover Flat Top (Flash Mob)
9:30am – Proceed to Petroglyphs
10:20am – ETA EcoFlight Flyover Flat Top (Flash Mob)
11:00am – Climb Kiowa Hill
12:00noon – Lunch (Bring your own lunch, please)
2:00pm – Arrive back at South Conejos School District

Please contact Justin with any questions you may have: (719) 580-9280. We are so excited to celebrate our public lands with you all!

Location
Antonito, Colorado
Event Date
05/20/2017
Event Time
8:15 am - 2:00 pm
Business or Organization
Conejos Clean Water, Valleybound Adventure Program, Conservation Lands Foundation, Boys & Girls Club of the San Luis Valley