South Boulder Creek Sunset View Rollinsville Color
Scenic landscape view of a slow flow South Boulder Creek at sunset in Rollinsville Colorado with west of Boulder. South Boulder Creek, which rises at Rogers Pass on the Continental Divide, just south of the Moffat Tunnel. South Boulder Creek flows 40.0 miles (64.4 km) through Rollinsville, Gross Reservoir, and Eldorado Canyon before leaving the mountains and curving past the south and east sides of Boulder to its mouth at Boulder Creek.
After leaving the city, Boulder Creek flows northeast into Weld County, where it joins St. Vrain Creek, and on to a confluence with the Platte River. Its waters ultimately flow into the Mississippi River and the Gulf of Mexico.
Colorado Fine art nature landscape photography images by James Bo Insogna (C) - All Rights Reserved.
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