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post #31 of (permalink) Old 05-05-2004, 12:47 PM
 
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It's actually a little further. I believe it was between Robin and Chikadee Lake.

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OK,then I know I'm wrong...
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Hello everyone, I just found this site a couple days back. This site is absolutely terrific from the bits and pieces I've had the chance to view. Everyone has posted some wonderful photos here! I hope you don't mind me jumping in with a couple of my own.[8)] These waterfalls aren't necessarily my favourites, but they are the only two falls I have on my hard-drive.

These two are of upper Cascade Falls, located north-east of Mission, off Hwy 7.



This one is the lower portion of Cascade Falls.

I shot those in April 2003.

Next is one I took in late March of this year.It is located on the Skagit River Trail.


I have no idea what the name of this waterfall is. It wasn't too far in coming from Sumallo Grove. Maybe a couple miles, if that. It is just off the trail near all cabins where the falls are tucked in a hillside corner. Beside it is an old mine shaft, as well as a dilapidated cabin and old Ford truck.

Anyone know where I'm talking about[?] Or what these falls are named[?]



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Nice pics,Terra-all are welcome...
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Mick range: thank you kindly for the compliment and for the welcoming!

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A couple pics of the easily accessible Bridal Falls.




And one I took last weekend on the way up to Lindeman Lake.

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Outdoors guy: great POV on the first two of those! Looks like an opportune moment for a shower - first please place the camera at a safe distance

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Thanks Terra. Welcome to CT. I will see you on the trail sometime.
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BC Waterfall Database

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Browse by Regions

It's still kind of rudimentary, but that's all I can do right now, as I'll be in California for three weeks starting on Sunday.

Enjoy.

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Thanks,Bryan!Really appreciate the info
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That is a great site you have created Bryan; thanks for the link!

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Swan Falls in spring run off.
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Here are a few pics of the falls I found on Seymour Valley's Mayers Creek last week...

They sit in a little carved out gorge at the base of the Needles Ridge bluffs,and by the sound,I think there may be an upper falls above the gorge...

An update on these falls,there is an upper falls that rises at least 200m above the lower falls,but I couldn't see them .Yesterday,I got a view of them from across the valley...
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This is Squamish Creek Falls above the Eagle's Nest Grove Area in the upper Seymour Valley.Watch that bushwhacking.....
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I gotta couple for you...

The falls out of Beth Lake...



...and a couple of my *buds*... we'd just come up from the bottom of High Falls...



Oh, and Falls off the Needles (Seymour side)



I'll try and find some more later...

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