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San de Cristo Mountains, Colorado

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The Sangre de Cristo Mountains are the southernmost subrange of the Rocky Mountains. They are located in southern Colorado and northern New Mexico. The mountains run from Poncha Pass in South-Central Colorado, trending southeast and south, ending at Glorieta Pass, southeast of Santa Fe, New Mexico. They contain a number of fourteen thousand foot peaks in the Colorado portion. The Sangre de Cristo Mountains are one of the longest fault-block mountain ranges in the world.


Northern Sangre de Cristo Mountains
Viewed from the Wet Mountain Valley
 10 miles north of Westcliffe, Colorado
(Cam from KLZR Radio

Poncha Pass Cam.
Northern Sangre de Cristo Mountains
Viewed from Poncha Pass, looking towards the peaks around the Crestone area
(Cam for C-DOT) 


Northern Sangres/Crestone Peaks, Crestone CO -  Click here for streaming view
West side of Sagres, looking east from Crestone, CO. 13,941' Mount Adams (left), 14,171' Mount Crestone (right)


Northern Sangres/Crestone Peaks, Crestone CO -  Click here for streaming view
West side of Sagres, looking east from Crestone, CO. 14,171' Mount Crestone (left) and 14,300' Crestone Peak (far right)

 


Eastcliffe, Colorado
The east sides of 14,171' Mount Crestone (middle) and 14,300' Crestone Peak can be seen from there.
 (from http://www.wetmountains.us/)


Sangre de Cristo Mountains
East side of the Sangres, by Culebra Range and looking west from Weston, CO
(Cam from Coloradowebcam.net)

Sangre de Cristo Mountains Map
(Showing near the Colorado/New Mexico border. Just hit the minus ["-"] key for a larger view of the area and then use your mouse to move around the map by holding down either mouse button)

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