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cliff jumps in the C-state
one of my favorite things to do besides skiing is to camp out near some cliffs over water. get drunk with some buds the night before and huck your shit the next day. any ways i was just wondering if anyone knew any good places. My favorite place so far is cascade falls in Durango. but i need to increase my spots. any help would be great........
There's some 40+ ft drops at the res above boulder (up flagstaff)
in aspen on the way to independance pass there are some big ones
blue mesa res has a ton from small to o big you won't do it.
I think Anthony Boronowski in general is just a phase.
Cascede is the shit(probably the best in the state). My boys and I did it last October the day after we tripped balls. THere was snow and it was cold as 'F'. It regenerradted my body. I was up at St. Marry's and there are a few small clifs there but I don't know if the water is deep enough. So I just jumped into the lake ass naked.
Go find the ones near Boulder...they are fun as hell and the water is so cold it's awesome!
Pray for snow...
during the summer you can go up the poudre river (in ft collins) about 40 minutes up, there is a tunnel, the river narrows, the water is 15-20 ft deep there. there are many cliffs that range from 30 feet to 70 feet and if your especially good at rock climbing you might be able to get to the 100 ft cliff. you can jump off both sides of the canyon wall. and legal. there is another place just outside of ft collins at the cement plant. 65 ft and 30-35ft cliffs, dont swallow the water its green. also possible fines if you are caught there sicne a csu student died there a couple years though. I recomend the tunnel, very fun.
dont talk shit,
Looking for the perfect beat...
navajo lake is about 40 minutes from durango. theres tons of cliffs to jump off of. ive seen people drive out with rvs and stuff to remote parts of hte lake but i have no idea where you access those roads. find a boat, itll be easier.
The poudre also has varying depth levels through the course of the summer, people have died...so check the depth.
On the other hand, st. marys glacier has summer skiing and huckable cliffs into the lake. Theres no better way to spend a summer day.
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