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  • New Analysis Demonstrates Importance of Gila National Forest-Northern Arizona Wildlife Corridor for Mexican Wolf Recovery

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contacts: Kim Crumbo, Wildands Network, (928) 606-5850, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Kelly Burke, Grand Canyon Wildlands Council, (928) 606-7870, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Mark Allison, New Mexico Wild, 505-239-0906, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. New Analysis Demonstrates Importance of Gila National Forest-Northern Arizona Wildlife Corridor for Mexican Read More
  • Udall, Heinrich Introduce Legislation to Protect Chaco Canyon Area

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 22, 2018 Udall, Heinrich Introduce Legislation to Protect Chaco Canyon Area WASHINGTON – Today, U.S. Senators Tom Udall and Martin Heinrich introduced the Chaco Cultural Heritage Area Protection Act, a bill to withdraw the lands around Read More
  • New Mexico Wild Celebrates Introduction of Chaco Protection Legislation

    For Immediate Release                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 May 22, 2018 Contacts: Mark Allison, New Mexico Wild, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., 505-239-0906 Judy Calman, New Mexico Wild, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., 505-615-5020   New Mexico Wild Celebrates Introduction of Chaco Protection Legislation ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO - On Tuesday, May 22nd, New Read More
  • New Mexico Wild Applauds Protecting Special Areas within Rio Grande del Norte National Monument

    New Mexico Wild applauds protecting special areas within Río Grande del Norte National Monument Congressman Ben Ray Lujàn introduces bill to protect wilderness Contact: Mark Allison, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., 505-239-0906 TAOS, NM (April 24, 2018) – New Mexico Wild joined a broad Read More
  • Bring Your Own Bag

    Support New Mexico Wild: Shop at Whole Foods Market! New Mexico Wild has been selected to be the beneficiary of Whole Foods Market's "Bring Your Own Bag" program. During the months of April, May, and June, bring your reusable shopping Read More
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Rio Grande Paddle - Algodones

 Registration Closed
Category
Upcoming Events
Date
2017-09-10 09:30 AM
Venue
Rio Grande River
Telephone
505-843-8696 x104
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Join New Mexico Wild and Quiet Waters Paddling to explore the primitive aspects of the lifeline of New Mexico from Algodones to Corrales (weather permitting). Our experienced guides will provide history and discuss important issues about this gorgeous stretch of the Rio Grande River. Enjoy the fall colors along the bosque!

Covering a stretch of river that encompasses the area the Coronado campaign wintered in 1540, this adventure will put in among a beautiful stand of cottonwoods in Algodones, then traverse approximately 9 1/2 miles of remarkably secluded Rio Grande valley. The upper section of this trip passes through Santa Ana Pueblo and features fascinating volcanic topography and two small, Class I rapids. Flows above 1200 cfs may create occasional Class II conditions.

The "Abreviar" version stops at Bernalillo, while those choosing to continue for the additional hour experience the Rio changing character as it widens and slows, offering a taste of the "Bosque" tours. Higher flow levels (above 1500 cfs) may allow exploration of several secondary river channels, while riverbanks dominated by majestic old-growth cottonwood open regularly to reveal spectacular views of the Sandia mountains.

 

Cost: $75, including canoe, kayak, or inflatable kayak, gear, guides, light lunch, and shuttle. 4-5 hours.

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