High Altitude Lines: A Bike and Fish Expedition to the Alpine Waters of the San Juans

How far would you go to catch a fish? To escape the beaten path? To reconnect with the wild? For Ben Kraushaar, Sam Simmons, Justin Reiter, and Dylan Stucki, the answer is simple: as far as it takes. Follow these ardent fly fishermen into the San Juan high-country as they explore seldom seen waters for beautiful and elusive wild trout.

 

 

 

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