Friday, February 19, 2010

Yosemite Falls

According to Wikipedia Yosemite Falls is the highest measured waterfall in North America - 2,420 feet. It is also the 6th highest waterfall in the world. The Ahwahneechee people of this valley used to call this falls "Cholock" and believed that the plunge pool at the bottom was inhabited by witches -

The falls are made up of three vertical drops, The Upper Yosemite, Middle Cascades and Lower Yosemite. The round trip hike from bottom to top and return is 9.4 miles. We did not make the climb...

Still working on getting the website up and running - might actually take another week or two - need to stop traveling and get back to work on it.

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