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post #16 of (permalink) Old 04-22-2004, 07:54 AM
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The falls below Wedgemount Lake..

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Crooked Falls:

I'll have to see if I can find a pic of the falls close to the gates just off the green trail at Malcom Knapp. (N. Allouette R.)

That was my childhood "exscape place"
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Flood Falls is pretty cool. The view from the base is much better than this picture, but you can't see as much of it.

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That's a great website,Bryan!I wonder if you've ever been to Multnomah Falls in Oregon,and if so,what did you think?
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Oh yeah, I've been to Multnomah Falls. And it's definitely one of the best in the NW, as you can see here (this is my main site, the other one is still in it's fledgling stages, but growing fast). I'd post more, but I'm currently in the middle of updating all of my BC stuff, and I've only got about 1/3 of my pictures scanned right now.

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More Kennedy Falls pics with Mick as the human silhouette [8D]


And some of the shots from the Squamish FSRs we've been wandering

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More Kennedy Falls pics with Mick as the human silhouette
Somehow, that just seems very fitting to me.
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Scrambler ,nice pics.
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Just going through some of my pics tonight. Here is a water shot for you from the Stein Valley.

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Nice pic-you can never see enough of the Stein

Here's one for you from Norvan creek...
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Crooked Falls:
Crooked Falls certainly looked different this weekend. They are huge and very powerful now, tons of water coming down! We got very wet trying to take some pictures. I think BeerSnob managed to snap some, hope he'll post it.
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As requested - here's Upper Crooked Falls as of yesterday.



I couldn't take a straight-on shot as I didn't feel like soaking my new camera with all the spray. It was like standing in a downpour!
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Saturday(May 1), I went to shannon falls and upper shannon falls. I've been to there several times, but this time shannon falls looks more powerful.

01 upper shannon falls with rainbow



02 powerful shannon falls



03 still the upper shannon falls
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Hello Mick,
Here is a shot of the cascade between the little lakes on the Eagle Ridge trail.



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P.S.: I don't remember the name of this cascade. There was a little sigh just beside (sounds a little bit like a Greek word). Can somebody help me to find the name ?
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I think it's Foy Falls,so named after WWC's Joe Foy,but I'm not positive.If it's right at El Paso junction,then it is....
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