The Alluvian Fan was my favorite falls to see in the park. You can park less than half a mile walk from the waterfall, which makes it even more promising.
You can see the water fan out over the rocks and down the mountain -...更多
We've seen it before the floods a few years ago and remember the great log bridge at the base. You could walk across and hike up the right side of the falls. Now, the river has changed course and the boulder field is very different....更多
We almost skipped the Alluvial Fan after reading other reviews that said it may be difficult for children. I'm so glad we decided to go! This was like a natural jungle gym for my toddlers (with help from mom and dad).
Access is right off...更多
I thought that this area would not be as enjoyable as the other hiking trails but i was WRONG! What a great place to climb around and see the power of nature! I highly recommend a stop here (especially if you have kids that like...更多
I had the most fun of my trip here. Climbing up with the water on the side. The water was cold and yummy. If I go back to Colorado I will be going here again and will be spending more time climbing up it.
There is parking on the east and west sides of this waterfall. We went mid-June and the water was really rushing. The hike to the fan is short, but there are some steps and small rocks to navigate. It was busy, so if you want...更多