San Miguel River South Fork Confluence to Norwood Bridge Colorado

The San Miguel River is a tributary of the Dolores River, approximately 81 miles long, in southwestern Colorado in the United States. It rises in the San Juan Mountains southeast of Telluride and flows northwest, along the southern slope of the Uncompahgre Plateau, past the towns of Placerville and Nucla and joins the Dolores in western Montrose County approxi…
The San Miguel River is a tributary of the Dolores River, approximately 81 miles long, in southwestern Colorado in the United States. It rises in the San Juan Mountains southeast of Telluride and flows northwest, along the southern slope of the Uncompahgre Plateau, past the towns of Placerville and Nucla and joins the Dolores in western Montrose County approximately 15 miles east of the state line with Utah.
  • Progression: Dolores—Colorado
  • River system: ss
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