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North Clear Creek Falls, Creede

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Waterfall · Geologic Formation
North Clear Creek Falls is a waterfall in Hinsdale County, Colorado, located within the Rio Grande National Forest. North Clear Creek is a tributary of the Rio Grande. The waterfall flows over a deck of Nelson Mountain tuff, solidified ash from a volcano in the San Juan volcanic field that erupted about 27 million years ago.
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  • We stopped at an overlook and a family told us this was a must see attraction. They were absolutely right. Stunning!  more »
  • Unexpected find! Was looking for something else, when we pulled into the parking area to consult my map. Decided to walk out to see it since we're here. Was expecting a small trickle of a waterfall.....  more »
  • Holy waterfall, Batman! Definitely in Colorado's top five. Easy, paved 0.3 mile walk to overlook. Has simple bathrooms.
  • Short walk from the parking lot a paved path handicap accessible. Public bathroom available

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