Navajo Trail Waterfalls Topo Map

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Navajo Trail provides access to three of Colorado’s 14,000-foot peaks, but three trailside waterfalls and a lake at the top make this hike a fine day trip or backpack, even without the peaks. The first two falls lie just below the trail in a shady hideaway, and are fed by West Dolores River from the north, and Kilpacker Creek from the east. The third waterfall, “Navajo Basin Falls,” starts at the western edge of Navajo Basin and tumbles more than 100 feet along the West Dolores River and the northwest slopes of 14,159-foot El Diente Peak.
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Silverthorne, Colorado

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