Alluvial Fan Trail Topo Map

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When Lawn Lake’s dam broke in 1982, the explosion of water and rock spilled down the Roaring River valley, ?lling the meadow below. Today, boulders and fallen trees mark the ?ood’s path. The Alluvial Fan Trail, named for the cone-shaped deposit formed by the river ?ow into lowlands, winds through a wide section of the fan. Kids like scrambling over boulders to reach the trail’s huge waterfall and dipping their feet in its many cool pools.
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Estes Park, Colorado

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