To end our day we went to the Box Canyon and did some hiking and witnessed the breathtaking waterfall.
"The Box Canyon Waterfall & Park is Ouray's natural wonder—formed when the rushing waters of Canyon Creek eroded a deep and narrow box canyon through fault weakened limestone.
The park's short trails are easily accessible from the southwest corner of town. You can reach the visitor center and entrance either by car or by foot.
The lower trail, an easy 500-feet hike via a walkway and suspension bridge will lead you straight into the belly of the falls.
You will be silenced by roaring water as the force of thousands of gallons a minute ricochet off a mix of rugged crags and smoothly eroded pre-Cambrian rock, rushing eighty feet to the canyon's bottom."http://ouraycolorado.com
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