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Boulder Falls, just outside of Boulder, Colorado

This Colorado waterfalls page will tell you everything you need to know to take a great waterfall hike. I'll tell you where they are, and give you specific directions to each trailhead. Then I'll tell you the distance of the trail as well as some of the scenery you might expect to see along the way.

By the way, if you have some favorite waterfalls in Colorado, I'd love to hear about them. Please let me know about them here. Or, if you want to see what other people have said about their favorite waterfalls, go here instead.

Some of these Colorado waterfalls require a fee in order to be seen, while others are free. Those are the best kind! I'll be telling you about both, but if they do require a fee, I'll tell you what the amount is so you can decide what you want to do.

As you know, most Colorado waterfalls make great hiking destinations...otherwise you probably wouldn't be here. So, you'll probably be happy to know that they can be found in various parts of the state and that they come in all sizes and shapes. You probably won't have too much trouble finding one you like.

O.K., are you ready to go see some Colorado waterfalls? Good, then I'll start you off at Rocky Mountain National Park. You'll find some good waterfall hikes there and the trails will range from easy to moderate. Here's the link to my Rocky Mountain National Park trails page and once there, just choose a hike that looks to your liking. Have fun!

If you’re going to be in the Boulder area, you should put Boulder Falls on your “to do” list. It’s in Boulder Canyon and shouldn’t be missed.

Seven Falls is a 181 foot waterfall in Colorado Springs. It has seven separate falls, and can be viewed from a platform that's 140 feet up off the ground.

If you'll be in the Glenwood Springs area, you should do the hike up to Hanging Lake. You'll find a waterfall that drops into this turquoise-colored lake, as well as another waterfall that spouts out of a hole in the cliff, therefore having been given the name "Spouting Rock".

Are you going to be in the Gunnison or Crested Butte areas? If so, you could go see Judd Falls. It's a short and fairly easy hike that takes you to an overlook of this pretty Colorado waterfall.

Another waterfall you could go see if you're going to be in the Gunnison or Crested Butte areas is Chipeta Falls. And the unique thing about this one is that to see it, you have to take a ride in a boat. For more information about it, you can visit my Morrow Point Boat Tour page.

I think I have enough Colorado waterfalls on this page so I started another one. If you want to see more waterfalls in Colorado, they are definitely out there. :-)

My above page titled "Waterfalls in Colorado" now has plenty of waterfalls, so I'm starting yet another new waterfall page. If you're interested in seeing it, then do visit my Colorado Waterfall Trails page.

If you enjoy this site, and like the pictures you see here, you might be interested in helping us make it even better. I have opened a store called Colorado Nature Photos which features my best photographs; many of which you see on this site. My photos are displayed on mugs, coasters, prints and posters, among other things, and I plan to add more photographs as time permits. Each photo product that is sold will earn me a small royalty which will help us in our efforts towards this site. So feel free to visit my Colorado Nature Photos store and browse through it. Thank you so much :-).

Here's a Colorado waterfall hike near Breckenridge but before I tell you about it, here are the directions to Breckenridge itself:

From the Denver area, take I-70 west to the Breckenridge exit 203. Follow Hwy. 9 south and drive through Frisco and on to Breckenridge. Breckenridge is about 9 miles south of Frisco on Hwy. 9.

Continental Falls, Breckenridge, Colorado

Continental Falls
One-way distance: 3.0 miles
Difficulty level: moderate to difficult
Dog friendly: yes
Entrance fee: no
Restroom facilities: no

Directions to Continental Falls trailhead: from Breckenridge, continue driving south on Hwy. 9. At about 2.4 miles from the last light in Breckenridge, turn right on Spruce Creek road which is a dirt road. Continue on Spruce Creek Rd. for about 1.2 miles to the parking area and trailhead. (Make sure you stay on Spruce Creek Rd. since there is a spot where the correct direction isn't clear. That spot is at about the second fork in the road and you want to follow the road around to the left; don't take the right fork otherwise you'll be going the wrong direction.)

O.K., now on to this splendid Colorado waterfall known as Continental Falls. For about the first two miles of the trail, you're hiking through a pine scented forest, and at one point early on, you cross Spruce Creek. At another point, the trail leads to a dirt road. Turn left on the dirt road and follow it until you see the sign on your right saying Mohawk and Mayflower Lakes.

Follow that sign and the trail on to Mayflower Lake. Near this small lake, you will see the remains of several old cabins, as well as meadows filled with wild flowers. Near this lake is also the turn-off point for Continental Falls. The sign for the falls is well marked and you will have to cross a log bridge over a fast moving stream. It may be difficult for some people since there is no hand rail. Just take your time.

Remember when I said this trail is moderate to difficult? Well, this is where it becomes more difficult. The last mile of trail to this waterfall is steeper, the trail is harder to follow, and the elevation is higher. But please don't be put off! I'm just telling you these things so you know what to expect. As many people along the trail told us, it's worth it, and it was to us too!

Here's a Colorado waterfall near Steamboat Springs. But let me first give you directions there. From the Denver area, take I-70 west to the Silverthorne exit 205. (Sign also says Steamboat Springs.) Turn right, (north), on Colorado Highway 9 to Kremmling. In Kremmling, turn left on U.S. 40 west and follow it to Steamboat Springs.

Fish Creek Falls, Steamboat Springs, Colorado

Fish Creek Falls
One-way distance: 5 to 10 minute walk, (see description)
Difficulty level-easy
Dog friendly: yes
Entrance fee: $5.00 per day in 2017
Restroom facilities: yes

Directions to Fish Creek Falls trailhead: from Steamboat Springs, follow Hwy. 40 west, (Lincoln Ave.), to 3rd Street. Turn right on 3rd Street, then turn right again on Fish Creek Falls Rd. Follow Fish Creek Falls Rd. for approximately 4 miles until it ends in the parking area.

The walk to this beautiful Colorado waterfall is short and easy. You have two choices: one, you can follow the paved trail which takes about five minutes and leads to an overlook of the falls. Or two, you can take the dirt hiking trail which goes downhill and leads to a bridge from which you have another good view of the falls. That's about a ten minute walk.

Either way, you won't be disappointed. Do both! Some people consider this to be one of the best waterfalls in Colorado and I definitely agree. And if you're interested, you can hike up to Upper Fish Creek Falls. It's 2.5 miles up the trail from the main Fish Creek Falls, and I think it's well worth going up there.

Also, if you'd like to see a video of Fish Creek Falls, I think this is a good one. It was professionally done, and the link will take you to another website where you can enjoy it. Have fun :-).

How about a triple waterfall? This one is located near the town of Rifle, Colorado, at Rifle Falls State Park. Here are the directions: take I-70 west to the Rifle exit, then go north on Colorado Hwy. 13 for three miles. Next, turn right onto Colorado 325 and drive 9.8 miles, where you'll see the sign for Rifle Falls State Park on your right. Turn right into the park.

Rifle Falls, Rifle, Colorado

Rifle Falls
One-way distance-5 minute walk, or less;
Difficulty level-easy
Dog friendly: yes but dogs must be leashed;
Entrance fee: yes; $7.00 for a daily parks pass, (in 2017), and it is good through 12 noon the following day;
Restroom facilities: yes

This Colorado waterfall is unique since it's actually three separate waterfalls. From the small parking lot, just walk around the gate and follow the easy path to the falls. You'll hear them before you see them. Also, morning is the best time to be here since that's when the sun will be shining on the falls. (During the summer at least). If you brought a picnic, there are several tables near the falls for your use...have fun!

Helen Hunt Falls, Colorado Springs, Colorado

Helen Hunt Falls
Helen Hunt Falls is near Colorado Springs and here are the directions to them: from I-25, take exit 141, (Hwy. 24 west), and turn left on 21st street. (21st becomes Cresta Blvd.) Then turn right onto Cheyenne Blvd. Stay on Cheyenne Blvd. and continue into Cheyenne Canon Park on North Cheyenne Canon Rd. until you see this Colorado waterfall on your left.

This is a nice falls that’s worth seeing if you’re in the Colorado Springs area but since you can drive to it, this will be a brief description of the short trail that goes up behind it and up to the long slide of Silver Cascade Falls.

It’s about .3 miles, (on a moderate trail), to Silver Cascade Falls and takes just over 10 minutes to hike up there. So, from Helen Hunt Falls, follow the trail that takes you up to the bridge and over Helen Hunt Falls. Beyond the bridge, the trail becomes steeper but there are stairs cut into it most of the way. Take your time and you should be fine.

St. Mary's Falls, Pike National Forest, Colorado

St. Mary’s Falls
Roundtrip distance-5.6 miles
Difficulty level-moderate to difficult, (but worth it!)
Approximate roundtrip hiking time: 3 hours and 30 minutes;
Dog friendly-yes
Entrance fee-no
Restroom facilities-no

Directions to St. Mary’s Falls trailhead: from Helen Hunt Falls, (above), keep following the road upwards until you reach the end of the paved portion of the road. Park in the big dirt parking area. Then start walking on the closed portion of Gold Camp road which is on the far left as you drive in to the parking lot.

You’ll walk for about 1.2 miles along the road until you reach the actual trailhead for this beautiful Colorado waterfall. (It's another 1.6 miles on the actual trail to the falls.) Unfortunately, it’s not marked so here’s how to find it: as you’re walking, you will come upon a closed tunnel with a big fence blocking the entrance. To the left of the tunnel is a narrow trail heading upwards and this is where you want to go.

Shortly after this point, you’ll come to a fork in the trail and a sign saying St. Mary's Falls, which directs you to follow the right-hand fork. At some point beyond this, you'll come to another fork in the trail; this one un-marked. You can go either direction, since they both lead to the correct, main trail.

After that, just keep following the trail upwards, and eventually, you'll reach a sign saying that St. Mary's Falls is .2 miles away. Now, even though you're almost there, don't think it's going to be easy-this is actually the beginning of the hardest part of the whole hike!

So, keep working your way up towards this great Colorado waterfall, and soon you'll come to a fork in the trail. Although not marked, the trail that goes straight has been blocked off with a large log. You want to follow the sharp switchback around to the left. Keep on keeping on, (rest if you need to), and before long, you'll see the most difficult-to-reach waterfall of the many Colorado waterfalls that we've seen.

Now, I’ll tell you briefly some of what you’ll see or hear along the trail since up to this point, I was trying to tell you how to find this breathtaking Colorado waterfall.

The first thing I noticed along the road was lots of humming birds. The next thing was that Buffalo Creek follows along most of the trail. It makes for nice pictures! The third main thing I noticed was lots of aspen trees along or near the trail. I always take note of where I’ve seen aspen trees so I can go back for fall color hikes. :-)

Booth Falls near Vail, Colorado

Booth Falls
One-way distance-2.0 miles
Difficulty level-moderate to difficult;
Approximate one-way hiking time: 1 hour and 40 minutes
Dog friendly-yes
Entrance fee-no
Restroom facilities-no

Directions to Booth Falls trailhead: from the Denver area, follow I-70 west to east Vail at exit 180. Take exit 180 and as you come off of it, make an immediate right turn and then left onto Frontage road. From here, it’s a short drive to Booth Falls road where you want to make a right. Follow this road to the end of the road and the trailhead.

There’s a small parking lot here and we counted about 18 spots so it’s best to be here early, especially on weekends. The trail to this hard-to-see, (and photograph), Colorado waterfall starts on the other side of the gate that you’ll see near the parking area.

The first part of this trail is probably the steepest part of the whole hike. But after that, it becomes more moderate and stays that way for most of the way to the falls. The first half tends to be a little buggy, (but not bad), so I recommend the bug spray. Also, there are lots of aspen trees along this trail so it's great for fall color.

Upper Booth Creek Falls, Colorado

The trail goes back and forth between open areas and trees, so there is usually a place to stop in the shade for a break. Along the way, you’ll cross a creek twice and stepping stones have been placed there so you can more or less get across without getting your feet wet.

At about the ¾ mark of your hike, you’ll come to a fork in the trail and there’s no sign there telling you which way to go. You want to take the right fork. Shortly after this, you’ll be hiking up a relatively steep stream bed that might have water in it. From here though, it’s not far to the falls. Once there, you’ll see why it’s hard to see the falls but there’s also an upper falls which I think is very pretty.




The first of 2 waterfalls at Lake Irwin, near Crested Butte

Lake Irwin waterfalls
Difficulty level-easy
Approximate one-way hiking time-only a few minutes;
Dog friendly-yes
Entrance fee-no
Restroom facilities-yes

Directions to Lake Irwin waterfalls: from Gunnison, follow Hwy. 135 north to Crested Butte. (It’s about a half hour drive.) In Crested Butte, turn left onto Whiterock Ave. which becomes Kebler Pass Rd. Follow this road about 6 miles to the Lake Irwin turnoff on your right. Turn right here and drive about 2 more miles to Lake Irwin.

The second of 2 waterfalls at Lake Irwin, near Crested Butte

Once there, follow the road over the lake’s spillway and turn left into the tiny parking area that fits maybe 2-3 cars. (If there’s no room there, you can park in the bigger lot on the other side of the road.) There is no sign for these two Colorado waterfalls but the narrow trail starts from the smaller parking area.

Follow the trail down along the river and within a few minutes, you’ll see the first waterfall. Just a short ways beyond that, (and a few more minutes), is the second waterfall. Enjoy, and when you’re ready, go back the way you came.


Hays Creek Falls, Colorado

Hays Creek Falls
Difficulty level-easy to moderate
Approximate one-way hiking time-only a few minutes;
Dog friendly-yes
Entrance fee-no
Restroom facilities-no

Directions to Hays Creek Falls: in Carbondale, follow Hwy. 133 south to Redstone. From Redstone, it’s then about another 1.8 miles south on Hwy. 133. You’ll see the sign for Hays Creek Falls on the right, (west), side of the road.

This Colorado waterfall is only a few minutes from the road but even so, I was wishing I had worn my hiking boots when I was there. You have to hike over uneven terrain to reach the falls and that includes a fairly large slab of rock which tilts downwards. So, watch your footing and you should be just fine.

Quandary Falls, Colorado

McCullough Gulch/Quandary Falls
Roundtrip distance-2.6 miles
Difficulty level-moderate to difficult
Approximate one-way hiking time-1 hour and 20 minutes;
Dog friendly-yes
Entrance fee-no
Restroom facilities-no
Elevation-11,700 feet at the falls

Directions to Quandary Falls trailhead: from Breckenridge, go south on State Road 9 for 7.5 miles. Then turn right onto County Road 850 and follow it for one mile. Next, turn right onto Forest Road 851 and follow it for two miles to the gate at the end of the road. (At one point on Forest Road 851, you will come to a fork in the road. Follow the left fork to the road’s end.)

At the trailhead, parking is on the side of the road, so just park wherever you can. As always, it’s best to arrive as early as you can. This is especially true here since this Colorado waterfall is situated in an open area that could be dangerous during a thunderstorm.

Although the roundtrip distance to Quandary Falls is fairly short, the hike is a little more difficult than you might think. Some sections of the trail are steep, there are several rock fields to cross, and this Colorado waterfall is one of the highest elevation hikes on this website. Still, if you can handle the elevation, I think it’s well worth going to the falls.

Anyway, the trail starts on the other side of the gate and follows an old road. It’s rocky but eventually turns into a regular trail. You’ll go through wooded areas and a few open areas. As I mentioned earlier, you will also pass through several rock fields but they are relatively short.

The last section of the trail becomes more difficult because the trail is steeper and the elevation is higher. At one point you’ll reach a long, large slab of rock. Hike up this rock to follow the trail and then it’s not much further to this pretty Colorado waterfall. Be watching for a little spur trail that goes left and this will be the path to Quandary Falls.

Agnes Vaille Falls, Colorado

Agnes Vaille Falls
One-way distance-.5 miles
Difficulty level-moderate to more difficult
Approximate one-way hiking time-30 minutes;
Dog friendly-yes
Entrance fee-no
Restroom facilities-no
Elevation-9,300 feet at the falls

Please note: the trail to Agnes Vaille Falls is currently closed at least until the spring of 2014 because of the rock slide tragedy that happened here in the fall of 2013.

July 2, 2014 update: we happened to be driving by the turn-off for Agnes Vaille Falls two days ago on June 30, so we decided to drive down there to see what we could find out. There was a "do not enter" road sign at the entrance to the trailhead, and the entrance was also blocked by two concrete jersey barriers. In addition to this, the sign for Agnes Vaille Falls was gone, so it's not looking very promising that the trail will re-open any time soon, if at all. I will let you know if I find out anything new.

Directions to Agnes Vaille Falls trailhead: from the Denver area, follow Hwy. 285 south, all the way to the small town of Nathrop. (It’s about 8 miles beyond Buena Vista.) In Nathrop, continue south on Hwy. 285 for another .3 miles, then turn right, (west), onto County Road 162. From there, it’s a little over 8 miles to the trailhead on your right. It’s well marked with a sign saying Agnes Vaille Falls trailhead.

We estimated that the parking lot for this Colorado waterfall could hold maybe 10 cars, so again, the earlier you can get there, the better. By the way, we saw a pronghorn antelope and several deer as we were driving along County Road 162 to the trailhead, so keep an eye out for them!

Anyway, the trail to this Colorado waterfall is rocky but starts out fairly easily otherwise. You’ll be hiking through a forest for the most part and after a short time, you’ll come to the first of two benches. Take a break if you want to, and when you’re ready, continue on the trail which now becomes more moderate.

After a short time, you’ll reach the creek and this is where the trail starts to get more difficult. In some spots, the trail becomes quite narrow and you’ll be hiking right next to the creek. There are a couple of places where you have to climb over rocks, so just take your time.

You’ll be there in no time and when you are, make use of those rocks, and find one to sit on and take in the view.

Anyway, I hope you enjoy visiting these Colorado waterfalls as much as I have. And if so, please read on and let me know what some of your favorites are.

What are your favorite Colorado waterfalls?

What are some of your favorite waterfalls in Colorado, and what would you like to say about them? Or, would you like to leave a trail review for any Colorado waterfall that you've seen? If so, feel free to do that in the below form. Thanks very much :-).

Here's what other visitors have said about their favorite Colorado waterfalls:

Click on the links below to see what other visitors have said about their favorite Colorado waterfalls...then tell us about your own favorites :-).

Fancy Creek Falls 
Just a ribbon of a falls, but very long. Like a ribbon on silver. It's on the Missouri Lakes - Fancy Lake Loop Trail west of the highway between Minturn …

Whitmore Falls and Bridal Veil Falls 
Bridal Veil Falls just east of Telluride is high on my list, but little visited Whitmore Falls west of Lake City along the Engineer Pass road is definitely …

Box Canyon Falls, Ouray 
One CANNOT SEE but a tiny portion of this waterfall because it is enclosed by rock (or box). But this waterfall in enclosed in a small canyon and cavern, …

Bear Creek along Bear Creek Trail 
Bear Creek Trail Bear Creek Falls (on a separate post) is underneath the bridge along Highway 550 (Million Dollar Highway) and makes a good roadside …

Bear Creek Falls, Ouray 
This waterfall is underneath the bridge along Highway 550 (Million Dollar Highway) and makes a good roadside view of this waterfall. It's located about …

Spouting Rock above Hanging Lake near Glenwood Springs, Colorado 
This is the same hike as going to Hanging Lake but this is just above Hanging Lake and is beautiful. Hike is rough but well worth it to get both Hanging …

North Clear Creek Falls 
Just off highway 149 below Lake City, Colorado and can almost drive to it. Beautiful but for the pine beetle kill at the bottom of the falls. One of the …

Staunton State Park 
I haven't been there yet because this is the opening weekend for this new state park, but we are planning a trip this summer. Karen's reply: I haven't …

Bridal Veil Falls (Telluride) 
The picture says it all. Easy hike and well worth the drive! Enjoy the drive up to the top (4 wheel only) or the hike if you choose to do so. While hiking …

Crystal Mill 
This is one of the most beautiful areas I have been to. The 4 wheel drive road runs near the creek along a lot of the drive. Crystal Mill is seven miles …

Lower Cataract Lake 
This was our first hike and waterfall experience with our family. It's an easy, child friendly, very busy hike to the falls. There is usually a bridge …

Crystal Falls 
A few miles south of Redstone, Colorado is a seasonal waterfall that flows for about three months every spring. It begins as a trickle in late March, …

Agnes Vaille Falls  
This was a nice waterfall but not much water coming over right now. It was still wonderful to visit another one of Colorado's beautiful waterfalls. The …

I think this is called Berthoud Falls 
This place you can park right off of Hwy. 40 after Berthoud. It is about 150 feet off the road and they have a place you can park. I am not sure the name …

Rifle Falls 
Just another angle of Rifle Falls. This is one of the most beautiful and easy places to get to for a fantastic view. Karen's reply: Thanks for another …

Rifle Falls 
This waterfall is breath taking. As others have said you will never imagine something this beautiful is there until you get there and see it yourself. …

Alberta Falls 
I am one of the old folks but love to take photos of waterfalls. My friend Dave and I hiked up and was a pretty easy hike. We got there at the time of …

Treasure Falls 
Just beautiful, I also enjoyed some falls around Yankee Boy Basin. Karen's reply: Thanks for your contribution...I think Treasure Falls is a beautiful …

Hanging Lake 
Hanging Lake, east of Glenwood Springs. Bring a water bottle for each person. Head up the trail right after lunch at the latest to come down before it's …

Chama Falls, Colorado 
The Chama River has its source in the high country of extreme southern Colorado. This basin holds the highest waterfalls in all of Colorado and its rugged …

Zapata Falls (Summertime) 
We really enjoyed Zapata Falls. Absolutely amazing. We actually climbed into the falls themselves and stood under the cold falls. Absolutely breathtaking …

Bridal Veil Falls, Telluride Colorado!  
Largest waterfall in the state! Breath taking!!!

Zapata Falls 
Zapata Falls near the Sand Dunes is really spectacular to see in the winter time when the whole thing freezes into a massive ice column. I was leaving …

Boulder Falls 
Had to take a second trip for this one and the water was flowing great. This time of year with the snow melt is a great time to go. You can take some great …

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Rainbow Falls, Manitou Springs, Colorado 
This is a waterfall in Manitou Springs, Colorado. You can see the Indian statue on the right hand just before going to the Cave of the Winds exit. There …

Waterfalls in Rocky Mountain National Park 
I have visited many waterfalls around the country, including some pretty spectacular waterfalls in Hawaii, but my favorite waterfalls are in Colorado. …

Continental Falls near Breckenridge 
I love this steep mountainside cascade of waterfalls. I have shot more pictures of these falls than anywhere else. I returned there in 2013. This time …

Judd Falls 
Great falls near Gothic.

Hanging Lake
(near Glenwood Springs)
 
The hike is tough, but well worth it. A beautiful cascading waterfall around a small crystal-clear lake. Plus, you get 2 for 1 with the "spouting rock" …

Rifle Falls 
Breath taking!! You can also hike up to the top. Many caves along the way.

Middle Boulder Creek waterfall Not rated yet
Middle Boulder Creek Waterfall One-way distance: 1.6 miles from the fork in the road for Hessie trailhead on one side, and the 4th of July trailhead on …

Lower Lake Irwin Falls Not rated yet
This fall is right below the other one as Karen has documented. Short hike and beautiful area. Karen's reply: yes it is below the other one and thank …

Bridal Veil Falls, Telluride, Colorado Not rated yet
Beautiful waterfall and beautiful area. Most beautiful place I have seen in Colorado. Karen's reply: yes, it is a beautiful waterfall and a beautiful …

Water Falls at Lake Irwin Colorado Not rated yet
Thanks Karen for the great website and great directions. Karen's reply: thank you, Loyal, for this great photo, and all the other great photos you …

Water Falls at Lake Irwin Colorado Not rated yet
Karen gave just great directions and got to go out for the first time since heart operation. Just beautiful area to go to except high winds must have blown …

Hanging Lake Not rated yet
It's beautiful; it's a difficult hike but so worth it. When you get up there it's as if the waterfall is coming from the sky, like it's just hanging there …

Hanging Lake near Glenwood Springs, CO Not rated yet
Hanging Lake follows mild rushing water all the way to the top of the hike. You get to the top and there is a beautiful waterfall. I like this hike better …

Conejos Falls Not rated yet
This is a fall that is on the Middle Fork of Conejos River. It is easy to get to after a hike of 4.4 miles from the trailhead. The falls are located in …

Treasure Falls Not rated yet
Had a trip to Durango so thought I would stop by Treasure Falls and take a photo. Was a little disappointed as water flow was real low. Still is a beautiful …

Colorful Colorado - Memorial Day week end 2012 Not rated yet
I drove all the way from Dalls to RMNP on route CO springs, boulder. First of all Many many thanks to Karen. Her website and the organised information …

Yankee Boy Basin Not rated yet
This beautiful falls is at the base of Mount Sneffels about nine miles out of Ouray, Colorado. Go through Ouray, turn right on the Camp Bird Mine road. …

Hayes Falls near Carbondale, Co. Not rated yet
Just a few feet off the road as directions say and thanks for the directions. Photo taken in fall season so not much water coming out of it. Very beautiful …

Agnes Vaille Falls  Not rated yet
This was a nice waterfall but not much water coming over right now. It was still wonderful to visit another one of Colorado's beautiful waterfalls. The …

Saint Mary's Falls Not rated yet
Great trail for dogs and kids that can handle a little extra distance! Lots of shade once you get off of Gold Camp Road portion of the hike. The last .5 …

Timberline Falls Not rated yet
At 10,588', Timberline Falls dominates the open area between The Loch and the Lake of Glass on the Glacier Gorge Trail in RMNP. The falls must be climbed …

Helen Hunt Falls Not rated yet
Short and I do mean short hike to this waterfall. Water not flowing very good the day I went there as we had very little snow fall this winter. Still is …

Boulder Falls Not rated yet
I took a trip today as you advised Boulder Falls was open. Again this is a short hike and well worth the trip. I am probably going back again tomorrow …

Chasm Falls Near Estes Park, Colorado Not rated yet
The first time we found this falls we did not know it was right next to the road about 3/4 a mile up the road. We hiked there the first time along the …

St Marys falls Not rated yet
Long moderate-difficult hike, beautiful scenery, you can hear running water the whole trip up, many resting places, and at the base of the falls they …

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