Greetings Austin, Saw this tag and had to take a look. I don't think I have ever seen this falls. We generally stay away from Fall River Road because it is so heavily traveled. Just may have to go and take a look. Very pretty.
Thanks, Rich. I read somewhere that this is the only true waterfall in the eastern part of the park; the rest are all cascades.
I think it's one of my better waterfall shots.
Thanks, BdM. There can't be more than 20 feet (about 6 meters) total drop.
nice shot of a twisty waterfall there, austin! i like those kinds of falls more than the straight drops, except when they're humongous straight drops!
Thanks, brian schaller. I have another (albeit somewhat smaller) "twisty" waterfall here.
Excellent work. Makes me wonder if you were on a bridge or standing in the water.
There is a narrow gourge with steep sides. The base of the gourge turned somewhat away to my left, and I was on the side of the gourge so that I was at the same level and facing directly at the waterfall. There is a steep, one-way gravel road known as the Old Fall River Road, and this fall is only a very short distance from the road.
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Photo taken in Rocky Mountain National Park, Old Fall River Road, Estes Park, CO 80517, USA
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