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Very nice photo, beautiful view!


Best wishes from Germany, Christian.

Very good photo. The thing that caught my eye was the moss growing on the big rock in the lower right quarter of the picture. Looks almost like flowers.

This is around 15 ft tall and is just down from the big field you come to before you head down. I used this drainage in several spots to get down. There is another waterfall about halfway down that could be of some interest but I didnt get a good look at it.

This is down in West Horsehead Creek. You can just see behind the tree and rocks is a waterfall... it looks to be around 15ft tall but I couldnt see exactly what it looked like. Just behind where I was standing for this pic (in knee deep water) there is a huge boulder that blocks nearly the whole canyon. I came out between this area and a large falls downstream. This waterfall and that waterfall blocked me upstream and downstream so I had to hike back up and over to another drainage. This blockage can probably be gotten through but I dont know about the waterfall just behind there.

This waterfall seems to be around 15ft tall. I crossed just above here to get down to the main creek which is just a few feet behind me.

This is a wonderful 20-30ft waterfall! Its been somewhat dry recently so for it to have this much water means it will be running most of the time...and after a good rain I cant wait to take another peak at it. Here is a pic for scale:

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This looks to be 15-20 ft as well.

A wonderful multi-deck cascade between two wonderful waterfalls! Here is a pic for scale:

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Another wonderful waterfall. I couldnt get past this to get further downstream. One neat thing about this from above is there is a little way down to the below right that can get you easily right beside the waterfall (underneath where the pic was taken from)...there may be a way down under the waterfall but I would have been soaked so I didnt try it. Here is a pic back looking upstream (to the cascade)... its a wonderful little canyon.

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