Sangre de Cristo Scenic Drive Texas Creek to Walsenburg Topo Map

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This 86-mile-long highway runs south along Texas Creek from the Arkansas River into the Wet Mountain Valley and the historic town of Westcliffe. The drive, bordering the rugged Sangre de Cristo Mountains, continues south into the broad sagebrush-covered Huerfano River valley before ending at Walsenburg. The highway rolls down the broad Wet Mountain and Huerfano River valleys for eighty-six miles from the Arkansas River to Walsenburg on the western rim of the Great Plains. Special attractions: Arkansas River, McIntyre Hills Wilderness Study Area, Wet Mountain Valley, Westcliffe, Silver Cliff, Sangre de Cristo Mountains, ghost towns, Huerfano River Valley, Walsenburg, scenic views, fishing, hiking, and wildlife.
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Westcliffe, Colorado

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