'The lifeline of the West': The Colorado River's 1,400-mile journey, explained

The headwaters of the Colorado River are just a small stream in the mountains of northern Colorado. The water comes from a lake on the Poudre Pass in Rocky Mountain National Park and then flows out to Grand Lake and Lake Granby.

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