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- Climbing and/or rappelling by any means on any man-made structures.
- Technical rock climbing within 1/4 mile of occupied Peregrine Falcon, Bald Eagle, Condor and
- Leaving gear and equipment used in connection with climbing activities unattended. The gear and
limited to pitons, chocks, bolts and all other climbing aids.
- The use of glue or other aids that are permanent or leave a visible or long lasting residue.
- Climbing within the boundaries of Rainbow Bridge NM.
The above regulations may be found in this document.nps.gov/glca/parkmgmt/loade…
The Middle San Juan Arm continues to wind its way up the lake. The Great Bend is the predominate feature of this section of the lake. Boaters will traverse nine miles to cover less than one air mile. There are many good camping and hiking opportunities in this less travelled section of the lake. Through this section you will go by the Piute, Alcove, San Juan and Nokai Canyons; as well as Neskahi Wash and Zahn Bay.
The ending section of the San Juan Arm is lightly visited. Depending on lake levels, much may be inaccessible. Caution is urged when approaching this portion of the lake, especially at lower water levels due to silt build up. Remember to check you gas supply before going up the San Juan Arm since there are no marinas on the San Juan Arm. This section gives access to Copper, Castle Creek and Mikes Canyon; Piute Farms Wash; Rockhouse Gulch; Clay Hills Crossing.
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