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Aftermath of Massive Colorado Park Flooding

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September 17, 2013 by   - () Leave a Comment

The Roaring River, living up to its name, cleaved the Endovalley Road on the northern end of Horseshoe Park in Colorado. Photo courtesy of National Park Service and published on National Parks Traveler website. .

Roads severed. Walls of rock and mud blocking access. Trails washed out. That is some of the aftermath at Rocky Mountain National Park, where streams and rivers normally feeble at this time of year swelled to spring runoff levels and more after days of rain.

That's the start of an overview of the massive flooding that has struck Colorado parks. National Parks Traveler reviews the damage in a current web posting.

Click here to read the entire story in National Parks Traveler.

 

 

 

 

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