West Fork Rio Chama

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West Fork Rio Chama[1]
Origin Archuleta County, Colorado
37°07′05″N 106°36′45″W / 37.11806°N 106.61250°W / 37.11806; -106.61250
Mouth Confluence with East Fork
37°05′29″N 106°33′03″W / 37.09139°N 106.55083°W / 37.09139; -106.55083Coordinates: 37°05′29″N 106°33′03″W / 37.09139°N 106.55083°W / 37.09139; -106.55083
Progression Rio ChamaRio Grande
Mouth elevation 9,272 ft (2,826 m)

West Fork Rio Chama is a tributary of the Rio Chama in southern Colorado. The stream flows southeast from a source near the continental divide to a confluence with the East Fork Rio Chama in Archuleta County that forms the Rio Chama.

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