Tarryall Falls Topo Map

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North Tarryall Creek flows from the south banks of 13,000-foot peaks at Boreas Pass, feeding Tarryall Creek and pooling at Tarryall Reservoir. A short and narrow canyon at the southern tip of the reservoir diverts the creek’s path, sending waters in a segmented surge of horsetail leaps at “Tarryall Falls.” There are two ways to reach “Tarryall Falls,” and they are so short that you may want to try them both. From the pullout on CR 77, hike on a gravel road alongside Tarryall Reservoir. This is a popular recreational spot year-round; even in the dead of winter expect to see ice fishermen and -women camped along the banks and on top of the frozen waters.
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Leadville, Colorado

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