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Basalt Whitewater Park

Basalt Whitewater Park

Connects: Roaring Fork River River, Fisherman’s Park Basalt, CO – Whitewater Park The Basalt Whitewater Park is a stretch on the Roaring Fork River where two features create a wave effect for kayakers and stand-up paddleboarders. This is a whitewater

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Bob Terrell State Wildlife Area

Bob Terrell State Wildlife Area

Connects: Carbondale (6,180 ft), Roaring Fork River, Highway 82, Highway 133 (West Elk Loop Scenic Byway), Red Hill, Veterans Memorial Bridge Carbondale, CO – Wildlife Area The Bob Terrell State Wildlife Area, formerly the Koziel Boat Launch and commonly referred

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Cascades (Grottos)

Grottos Trail

Connects: Grottos Trail, Ice Caves (Grottos) Aspen, CO – Waterfall The Cascades at the Grottos are a series of pools and waterfalls along black water-sculpted granite that flows down a section of the Roaring Fork River near Independence Pass. The

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Cascades (Rifle)

Rifle Cascades

Connects: Rifle Falls State Park, Bobcat Trail Rifle, CO – Waterfall The Rifle Cascades (6,820 ft) are a series of rocks with flowing water on East Rifle Creek at the Rifle Falls Fish Hatchery near Rifle Falls State Park. This

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Crater Lake (10,076 ft)

Crater Lake

Connects: Four Pass Loop, Crater Lake Trail, Maroon-Snowmass Trail, West Maroon Trail Aspen, CO – Lake Crater Lake (10,076 ft) is an alpine lake in the Maroon Bells-Snowmass Wilderness accessed by the Crater Lake Trail (a section of the Maroon-Snowmass

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Devil’s Punchbowl

Devil's Punchbowl

Connects: Independence Pass Road (HWY 82), Roaring Fork River Aspen, CO – Rocky Area The Devil’s Punchbowl, a popular cliff jumping spot, is a section of large rocks where water pools along the Roaring Fork River near Independence Pass just

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Devil’s Punchbowl (Schofield Pass)

Devil's Punchbowl

Connects: Schofield Pass Road (FSR #317), Crystal Bridge No. 4, South Fork Crystal River Marble, CO – Rocky Area The Devil’s Punchbowl, near Schofield Pass, is a popular cliff jumping spot where a section of large rocks creates water pools

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Dotsero Landing

Dotsero Landing

Connects: Dotsero (6,150 ft), Interstate 70, Dotsero Bridge Dotsero, CO – Recreation Area The Dotsero Landing is a recreation area along the Upper Colorado River near I-70 in Dotsero, CO. More information about Dotsero Landing can be found at: Aspen

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Elk Camp Pond

Elk Camp Pond

Connects: Elk Camp Restaurant, Rabbit Run Trail, Sierra Club Trail Snowmass Village, CO – Pond Elk Camp Pond is a pond on the Snowmass Ski Area at the top of the Elk Camp Gondola. This is a site in Snowmass

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Emma Bridge

Emma Bridge

Connects: Roaring Fork River, Downtown Basalt-Willits Trail, Emma Trail Basalt, CO – Bridge The Emma Bridge is a pedestrian bridge spanning the Roaring Fork River along the Downtown Basalt-Willits Trail and Emma Trail. This is a bridge in Basalt, CO.

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Emma Bridge (7-Eleven Bridge)

Emma Bridge

Connects: Roaring Fork River, Ponderosa Park, Ponderosa Trail, Confluence Park Basalt, CO – Bridge The Emma Bridge, also called the 7-Eleven Bridge, is an abandoned vehicular bridge that was turned into a pedestrian bridge that crosses the Roaring Fork River.

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Frying Pan Spring

Frying Pan Spring

Connects: Frying Pan Road (CR 104) Basalt, CO – Water The Frying Pan Spring is a fresh Rocky Mountain spring water source along Frying Pan Road (CR 104) in Basalt, CO. To get to the spring from Downtown Basalt travel

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Geneva Falls

Geneva Falls

Connects: Geneva Lake Trail, Geneva Lake (10,940 ft) Marble, CO – Waterfall Geneva Falls is an unofficial waterfall, sourced from Geneva Lake, in the Maroon Bells-Snowmass Wilderness of the White River National Forest near Marble, CO. View Larger Map

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Glenwood Springs Whitewater Park

Glenwood Springs Whitewater Park

Connects: Colorado River, Wulfsohn Mountain Park, Midland Avenue Trail Glenwood Springs, CO – Whitewater Park The Glenwood Springs Whitewater Park is a recreational area with water features in the Colorado River. The site’s main feature is a standing wave, also

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Hanging Lake (7,175 ft)

Bridal Veil Falls

Connects: Hanging Lake Trail, Spouting Rock (7,323 ft) Glenwood Springs, CO – Lake NOTE: A permit is now required to visit Hanging Lake. Visit www.visitglenwood.com/hanginglake, or call Hanging Lake visitor information: (970) 384-6309. Questions? Frequently Asked Questions. Hanging Lake (7,175 ft) is a 1.5 acre lake

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