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Wet Mountains, Pueblo

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#6 of 9 in Parks in Pueblo
Mountain · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
The Wet Mountains are a small mountain range in southern Colorado, named for the amount of snow they receive in the winter. They are a sub-range of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, in the southern Rocky Mountains System. There are three variant names of mountain range: Cuerno Verde, Greenhorn Mountains, and Sierra Mojada.
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  • Going from Pueblo's Thacher Ave. straight West across the Wet Mountain range there will be a lovely forest then gorgeous vistas, all the way to scenic Westcliffe with its stunning panorama of the...  more »
  • We went for a drive and ended up driving around the base of the Wet Mountains which afforded us so many gorgeous views and the ranch lands along the drive gave us some wonderful sights as well; my...  more »
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