With winter dropping the daily temperatures, the waters of the Rio Embudo transform into it’s solid form, ice. Hiking it’s banks, I spent more time looking down at the colorful stones viewed through the water and the frozen, crystalline abstraction that floated on the surface than where I was headed.
The Rio Embudo (meaning “funnel” in Spanish) of New Mexico is a Class V+ whitewater river just South of Taos and joins the Rio Grande at a small community of the same name.
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