YAMPA RIVER / DINOSAUR NATIONAL MONUMENT, CO
River Length: 250 Miles
Source: 40°9’30”N, 106°53’59”W
Mouth: 40°31’44”N, 108°59’3”W
Topo Interval: 75 Feet
The Yampa River rises in the Park Range, and flows north until it comes through Steamboat Valley where it makes a sharp turn to the west. It continues flowing west across half the state and eventually through Dinosaur National Monument, connecting with the Green River just before the Colorado - Utah border.
Our River Topo Maps feature accurate topographic & hydrographic data of rivers and creeks around the United States. Each print is carefully designed from scratch using a variety of techniques and real USGS data, creating unique artwork that you will not find anywhere else.
Each print is made in the U.S.A. using 100% cotton Moab Entrada archival quality paper with a slightly textured matte finish and exceptional color reproduction.
$2 from every print sold is donated to Western Resource Advocates, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit with a focus on protecting rivers and lakes across the west.
Each made-to-order print takes 7-10 days to print and ship.
We highly recommend framing prints immediately to avoid potential damage.