Rifle Falls State Park
in northwest Colorado contains a short section of Rifle Creek, centered on a rare triple waterfall, where the stream drops over a limestone cliff into a lush area of pools and undergrowth. Nearby are some small limestone caves, while the park also has a popular creekside campground and three short trails. The falls are 13 miles north of the little town of Rifle, in a generally remote, peaceful area.
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