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North Clear Creek Falls Loop is a 0.3 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Creede, Colorado that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and walking and is best used from March until November. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length 0.3 mi Elevation gain 3 ft Route type Loop

Dogs on leash

Kid friendly

Hiking

Walking

Waterfall

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Tara Barger
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Hiking

Gorgeous falls!! The trail is short but fun. Well worth the drive to see this beauty!

Morgan Speer
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Hiking

VERY short, all paved, unless you go above the falls a bit to look out over the valley. The falls were excellent. Semi-crowded for a Wednesday in July.

Christopher Jones
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Hiking

Easy hike/walk to see the falls. It is worth the drive.

Diana Anderson
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Nature trips

Went to see the falls at sunset. It was cold and windy. We were the only ones there. The water is really flowing. As we left, there was a young mountain lion sitting in the middle of the road. We were in our car and it just sat and watched us. Eventually it moved toward the bathrooms and over the ridge.

Emily Simon
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Very easy to access and view.

Chris Hayward
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Hiking

A beautiful area all seasons. The falls area includes benches , bathrooms, and signs to learn about the history of the falls. While a little bit of a climb, it is possible to reach the base of the falls. Please do not try to drive here in the winter. I have had to help people who thought they could make it before. Less than ten cars might pass threw here per day, and the nights can drop well below zero. If you want to hike here in the winter, snow shoes are a must.

Garrison Blackwell
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Huge waterfall.

Ashley Tate
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Hiking

Beautiful falls and gorge overlook. Railings and areas of open rock cliffs if you're feeling adventurous. Waterfall is about 200 feet and people were climbing down the rocks to the bottom.

Michelle Moriarty
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more of a stroll then a hike but beautiful overlook. safe railings.

Karen S.
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Walking

Great waterfall, very small walk

Jeff Gifford
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First to Review

OK overlook of a decent waterfall, steep drop off, be-careful with little kids, no railings in places

Mark Schwarz
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Laurie Mekelburg
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Andrew Appler
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Owen Williams
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Ashley Grant
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Brian Harley
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Chris Eaker
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Ryan Hartwig
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Shane Williams
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Kristy O
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Nicholas Horne
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Derek Johnson
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