South Boulder Creek (Colorado)
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|South Boulder Creek|
The creek in Eldorado Canyon State Park.
|Origin||Gilpin County, Colorado
|Mouth||Confluence with Boulder Creek
|Mouth elevation||5,174 ft (1,577 m)|
South Boulder Creek is a tributary of Boulder Creek in central Colorado in the United States. Its source is near Rogers Pass on the Continental Divide. The stream flows to a confluence with Boulder Creek in northeast Boulder.