Eagle River Confluences.

The Eagle River is a 77 mile long tributary of the Upper Colorado River. It rises on the Continental Divide outside of Leadville and ends in Dotsero. The Eagle has quite a few perennial and intermittent tributaries, many named and a handful unnamed. A lot can be learned about the human history of a river by exploring its named tributaries.

Following is an interactive map showing the locations of all The Eagle River’s named tributaries as well as a brief history of how those tributaries got their names.

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