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Explore the landscapes that provide the backdrop for gold mining in Colorado. Planning a trip in Colorado to dig for gold? Or to visit off-the-beaten-path sites, including mountains, ghost towns, streams, canyons, and wildflower-covered meadows? This is the book to inspire your adventures, and it also provides the chance to enjoy the beauty of Colorado from your easy chair at home. A companion book to Kevin Singel's Finding Gold in Colorado: Prospector's Edition, this book shows you what you will see when you go on your own gold prospecting adventure.

“There are many areas all across the western United States that have old riverbeds perched up on mountainsides. These gravels will often be visible on ridges and benches and if you climb to a higher elevation, at times, you will be able to spot them. The old-timers would employ this technique, looking down across the gulch, as they were able to see through the trees better at the slopes to spot the remnants of rounded river rock from these old rivers.

These old rivers exposed on mountainsides were known as “The White Line” because the rounded river rocks, when exposed from erosion, would form an intermittent white line, indicating the path of the old channel.”

"I think a lot of people detecting for gold are unaware of what mass wasting is and how much it has to do with the deposition of eluvial gold deposits into stream systems thus forming the alluvial gold deposits. It is the above-average heavy snow accumulations and rainfall combined with above-average temperatures in the spring months that cause over-saturation on mountain slopes, and causes the earthen material to become oversaturated and heavy, causing landslides and flows depositing gold into the stream systems. "

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