Rio de los Brazos has a class I-III part of whitewater nearby. The 9-mile-long Corkins Lodge to confluence with Rio Chama section is good to raft. Donít depend on continuing to be dry raft paddling this part of Rio de los Brazos in case you're not an expert whitewater paddler. Unsurprisingly, raft paddling is amusing but treacherous; check the latest conditions ahead of going. This lake is so wonderful. A perfect location to camp here at Hidden Lake is Lower
Canjilon Lake. Just can't get enough of the San Juan and Jemez Mountains. Camping at Trout Lakes Campground is always a magnificent experience, and a tour to Carson National Forest is a fine idea.
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