This spectacular waterfall is located along the Silver Thread Scenic and Historic byway, between the towns of Creede and Lake City, Colorado. The 100+ foot waterfall is carved into the landscape of southwestern Colorado - cutting through cliff rocks to make one of the most scenic landscapes you'll see in Colorado. Indeed, it's most often referred to as 'the most photographed waterfall in Colorado.'
This stunning waterfall requires no hike, and is wheelchair and handicap accessible. A rest stop with amenities overlooks the waterfall: https://www.fs.usda.gov/recarea/riogrande/recarea/?recid=29118. The overlook is usually snowed in between December and April, but is accessible to snowmobilers and snowshoers.