5 of our favorite photos of Colorado’s fall colors

Beautiful colors this time of year remind us just how lucky we are to live, work and play in the Rockies.

September 30, 2019 | By: TAP Staff

Fall fanatics, rejoice! Fall has arrived.

The leaves are changing colors in the metro area and Colorado’s high country.

It’s a beautiful time of year — particularly when you live and play so close to the Rocky Mountains.

At Denver Water, we’re fortunate to take in some pretty spectacular views all around our collection system. If you’re looking for a great spot to see those glorious golds, oranges and reds, we’ve got you covered with a bevy of recreational opportunities.

And for a sneak peek, we offer you five of our favorite fall snapshots.

Fall colors along the Blue River just below Dillon Reservoir.
Fall colors along the Blue River just below Dillon Reservoir. Photo credit: Denver Water.
Photo taken on the approach to Guanella Pass, very close to the east portal of the Roberts Tunnel in Grant, Colorado.
Taken on the approach to Guanella Pass, very close to the east portal of the Roberts Tunnel in Grant, Colorado. Photo credit: Denver Water.

 

Williams Fork Reservoir in Grand County.
Williams Fork Reservoir in Grand County. Photo credit: Denver Water.

 

Dillon Reservoir in Summit County.
Dillon Reservoir in Summit County. Photo credit: Denver Water.

 

The Fraser River in Grand County.
A view of the Fraser River in Grand County. Photo credit: Denver Water.

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