Lóolahó (in Jicarilla Apache)
Confluence with San Juan|
6,319 ft (1,926 m)
Navajo River (Jicarilla Apache: Lóolahó) is a 54-mile-long (87 km) tributary of the San Juan River. It flows from a source in the South San Juan Wilderness of Conejos County, Colorado southwest past Chromo, Colorado. The river dips into New Mexico, passing just north of Dulce before heading northwest to a confluence with the San Juan in Archuleta County, Colorado. A large portion of its water is diverted across the Continental Divide to the Rio Grande basin as part of the San Juan-Chama Project.
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