While living in today's age of information can seem overwhelming, daunting, or even just plain annoying, there's no denying that it's a lot easier to find pretty much anything online as opposed to strictly word of mouth.

The internet especially comes in handy for travel, effectively making things like maps, atlases, and those pen-like tools that calculate mileage on a paper map obsolete.

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Recently, a Facebook page known as Beautiful Nature created and posted a road trip online that takes travelers all over the state of Colorado with the destinations being some of the state's most iconic waterfalls.

Lengthy Road Trip Includes Five Iconic Colorado Waterfalls

As you'll see by clicking through to the post here, the page mapped out a route through very different parts of Colorado, all of which include magnificent views of waterfalls.

 Colorado Waterfall Road Trip: North Clear Creek Falls

Beautiful Nature's road trip can begin anywhere, but let's start at North Clear Creek Falls in Hinsdale County:

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 Colorado Waterfall Road Trip: Hanging Lake

Next, we'll travel north, then east via I-70 into Glenwood Canyon to check out Hanging Lake.

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 Colorado Waterfall Road Trip: Seven Falls

Our lengthy road trip continues along I-70 then heads south via I-25 to Seven Falls near Colorado Springs.

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 Colorado Waterfall Road Trip: Zapata Falls

After this, we'll travel to the San Luis Valley to Zapata Falls near Alamosa, Colorado.

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 Colorado Waterfall Road Trip: Bridal Veil Falls

Finally, the last segment of our road trip takes us to Bridal Veil Falls near Telluride:

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Check out the original Facebook post from Beautiful Nature here.

Check Out 15 Unnamed Colorado Waterfalls Only Locals Know About

Many of Colorado’s waterfalls do not have names and are only known to locals.

Gallery Credit: Nate Wilde

Scroll Through Some of Colorado's Best Waterfalls

In Colorado, we are so fortunate to be surrounded by mother nature in all of its beauty.

We have breathtaking scenery everywhere you look, from the Rocky Mountains to destinations such as Red Rocks and Garden of the Gods, and of course, a plethora of gorgeous waterfalls.

Here are ten of the best waterfalls in Colorado.

Gallery Credit: Nate Wilde

One Colorado County is Home to 14 Beautiful Waterfalls

Where is the largest concentration of waterfalls in Colorado? If you guessed Larimer County, you are correct. With thirteen different waterfalls in Rocky Mountain National Park, and more in the Roosevelt National Forest, Larimer County has more waterfalls than anyplace else in Colorado. Let's take a look...

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