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.See North Clear Creek Falls and all Creede has to offer by arranging your trip with our Creede trip maker.
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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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