Tarryall Creek Colorado

Tarryall Creek starts somewhere in the mountains on the West side of Fairplay, Colorado and flows East into the Tarryall Reservoir before flowing downstream into the South Platte River.

Tarryall Creek

Tarryall Creek is a large creek that flows through a mountain valley, and is a gorgeous place to visit along State Highway 77. I’m always curious where certain roads lead and I finally took this road and was amazed. This is a paved 2-lane road, with a posted speed limit of 40 mph, but you don’t feel like you’re going slow, because the drive is so spectacular. This road doesn’t get much traffic so I would recommend you visit it someday.

Tarryall Creek

As you can see, you may have a hard time focusing on the creek when the surrounding mountains are so incredible.

Here is a peaceful video with the sounds of Tarryall Creek, that may help you relax a little in this fast paced world.

Check out a few more pictures you will see if you watch the video.

Tarryall Creek

There is a great campground along State Highway 77 called Spruce Grove Campground, and it’s situated along the river.

Tarryall Creek

All the videos and Photos taken on this trip were taken with my GoPro Hero8 Black. I don’t go on an outdoor adventure without it.

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4 thoughts on “Tarryall Creek Colorado”

  1. All I can say is Wow!. I am not sure if the wow is to the scenes or to your go pro camera, but the combination is just a wow. It makes me wanna leave this laptop, pack, go find a scene like this around my location. I love nature and would love to spend my everyday life in this kind of area . Thank you for the beautiful article and recommendation .

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    • I’m glad you liked it. I was at another river this morning videoing it with my dog, Ranger, and I was saying the same thing to myself. It’s good there was no one else around to listen me talk to myself.

      Rick

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  2. I was thinking about in regards to hiking, camping, fishing, etc; these are activities which are enjoyed by many outdoor folks. I’m sure some states are more into visitors doing outdoor things, more than others. But it seems Colorado is the ‘Mecca Capitol of Outdoor Events.’ Just viewing these colorful photos is enough to make anyone get involved in more outdoor activities. I’m not an outdoor person, but would love to visit that part of the country. Even if it’s just to take photos of all the beautiful scenery in Colorado, those would be great images to store in my phone’s gallery. 

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    • You are so right. Let me know if you ever make it out to Colorado and maybe I can give you some places to visit or we can meet up for a hike.

      Rick

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