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Old Jul 9, 2013, 6:15 PM   #1
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took a little side trip last week up to Boulder Falls (also known in some circles as "Feature Show Falls", for reasons unknown). it's actually two waterfalls, split down the middle as they cascade down the cliff face. i think the falls is about 260 feet high...

here's the lower portion of the falls as they drop into the Boulder River...



here are the falls in their entirety. the best views are probably from down on the stream bank, but the goat-trail scramble down there was a bit more than my knee felt like tackling... maybe next time...

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Old Jul 9, 2013, 8:11 PM   #2
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Very nice Rocky, especially the second one.
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took a little side trip last week up to Boulder Falls (also known in some circles as "Feature Show Falls", for reasons unknown). it's actually two waterfalls, split down the middle as they cascade down the cliff face. i think the falls is about 260 feet high...

here's the lower portion of the falls as they drop into the Boulder River...

here are the falls in their entirety. the best views are probably from down on the stream bank, but the goat-trail scramble down there was a bit more than my knee felt like tackling... maybe next time...
Beautiful indeed. No one matches your soft-waterfall pictures
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Amazing pics....pal
clean and clear also they reflect a great impact ...thanks again
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Love the silkiness of the water in picture #1.
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