• Bridal Veil Falls Telluride

    The tallest waterfall in the state of Colorado, 365 vertical feet,  Bridal Veil Falls is a picture of magnificence. Located at the back of the Telluride canyon, off Highway 145 on Colorado Avenue, and past the mining area, Bridal Veil Falls is surrounded by incredible peaks that frame Telluride. Directions: Go Read more [...]

  • Buffalo Creek Falls

    Take 285 to Bailey, then hang a left onto 68/Wellington Lake Road. Be advised taht 68 is a dirt road. Wellington Lake a privately held recreation area, and a day use fee of $5 is required per vehicle +$5 per adult (age 13+), camping fees are separate. A quarter mile hike takes Read more [...]

  • Eldorado Falls

    Eldorado Falls is a cascade waterfall tucked back in Walker Ranch near Boulder, Colorado. It’s an easy to moderate 1.25 mile hike from the Ethel Harrold Trailhead down to where South Boulder Creek winds through the park. Dogs must be leashed.

  • Fish Creek Falls

    The trailhead for Fish Creek Falls is about three miles outside of the town of Steamboat Springs, Colorado. Stop at the pay station to purchase the day use fee. There are two parking areas: one will be on your left driving in, and the larger lot–which is closer to the Read more [...]

  • Helen Hunt Falls

    Map – short trail Map – long trail The small parking area nearest to the waterfall is often full, so visitors will need to drive further up into the canyon to additional parking. The Helen Hunt Falls area is a trailhead to several hikes in the canyon, so the parking areas Read more [...]

  • Maxwell Falls

    There are several options for hiking Maxwell Falls: Less than 1 mile round trip – Begin at the Upper Trailhead and follow the signs to the falls. It’s just under half a mile, one way. 3 Miles – Start at the upper trailhead lot. The trail will split a couple times Read more [...]

  • North Clear Creek Falls

    North Clear Creek Falls is a 100+ foot waterfall accessible via a short drive off of Forest Road 510, part of the Silver Thread Scenic Byway. The USFS does not plow this section during the winter, so it may be inaccessible until Spring.  No hiking required to view this beautiful waterfall, Read more [...]

  • Rifle Falls

    Rifle Falls State Park has very limited parking, it is recommended that you arrive when the park opens at 7AM. A Colorado State Parks pass is required, if you do not have one then you will need to pay the access fee for the park at the kiosk. If the Read more [...]