Daily Archives: August 19, 2013
Long exposure of a dusk night time view of car light trails blazing up and down the Boulder Canyon with a few stars in the sky.
Boulder Canyon is Carved by the rushing waters of Middle Boulder Creek, popular for scenic driving, fishing and rock climbing. Land in this area is a mix of city, county, national forest and private lands. 18 miles from Boulder, Population: 98,889 Altitude (elevation):5,430 feet up to Nederland, Population: 1337; Altitude (elevation): 8230 feet .
Boulder Creek is a 31.4-mile-long creek draining the Rocky Mountains to the west of Boulder, Colorado, as well as the city itself and surrounding plains.
Middle Boulder Creek rises as two forks from the Continental Divide: the North Fork rises in a cirque below Mount Neva and flows 7.5 miles to the South Fork The South Fork rises at Rollins Pass on the Continental Divide and flows 5.5 miles to the North Fork. From the junction of the two forks, Middle Boulder Creek, 13.7 miles long, flows east through the towns of Eldora and Nederland into Barker Meadow Reservoir, a water supply for the city of Boulder, before joining North Boulder Creek to form the main stem of Boulder Creek.
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