South Boulder Creek (Colorado)

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South Boulder Creek[1]
South Boulder Creek (Colorado).JPG
Physical characteristics
Main sourceGilpin County, Colorado
39°52′13″N 105°41′30″W / 39.87028°N 105.69167°W / 39.87028; -105.69167
River mouthConfluence with Boulder Creek
5,174 ft (1,577 m)
40°02′03″N 105°12′59″W / 40.03417°N 105.21639°W / 40.03417; -105.21639Coordinates: 40°02′03″N 105°12′59″W / 40.03417°N 105.21639°W / 40.03417; -105.21639
Basin features
ProgressionBoulderSt. Vrain
South PlattePlatte

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.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "South Boulder Creek". Geographic Names Information System. United States Geological Survey. Retrieved 2013-05-15.