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Where is the Boulder Creek Watershed?

Where is the Boulder Creek Watershed? Nested between Clear Creek to the South, and the St. Vrain and Platte River to the north and east into which it flows, the Boulder Creek Watershed begins along the Continental Divide separating the Atlantic from Pacific basins. Also see "What is a Watershed Address?" and "National Watershed Units."

Map oriented north. Originally prepared by Priscilla Inkpen and published in The Many Voices of the Boulder Creek Watershed, copyright 1996 by The Naropa Institute and used by permission.

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