Count's post from this thread https://www.mountainbuzz.com/forums/f...uck-23262.html
. All the info was spot on. Running many of these waterfalls really helped my progression this year. They are a great way to build confidence in a low consequence setting. No fun and coors are the best starting points.
No Fun Falls- Bear Creek- IV <100
Coors Falls- West Fork Clear Creek IV+ <200 <--Boof recommended
Crystal Mill Falls- Crystal River V- 450-1000 <-- A little tricky
Big Wood Falls- Daisy Creek V- >100 <--Boof recommended
Adrenaline Falls- Lime Creek V 100-300 <--Tricky
18'er- Oh-Be-Joyful V >150 <--Must catch eddy
Power House- Fossil Creek IV >40 <--in AZ, super friendly
Cauldron- Lake Creek V <200
Sweetwater Falls-Sweetwater Creek IV >100 <--Illegal due to access
North Fork Falls- North Fork Poudre IV <300 <--Not park and huck
Whiteline- Poudre Narrows V- <200
20'er- South Mineral Creek V <150 <--Boof required
These are all the waterfalls in and around CO that I can think of that aren't sandwiched between stacked V, are of reasonable height, and allow for river access immediately above and below the drop. You can get to all of them with a short drive or hike. All ratings are subjective and many are very flow dependent (Cauldron, Whiteline). I've run most but not all of them.
Fossil is your best bet if you're willing to drive to AZ. Runs year-round, warm water, two easy pool-drop waterfalls with other fun travertine drops, very lappable.