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Highest water fall between the Appalaction and Rocky Montains was raging!

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Highest water fall between the Appalaction and Rocky Montains was raging!

Post by Mark Jones on March 18th 2015, 1:18 pm

We had a whopper of a backpack and day hike with 3" of water in the past 24 hours those trails and water falls were flowing. The river was in flood stage.

Report and pictures at this link.
http://readyrangers.tzo.com/2015comptontopdown/2015comptontopdown.htm

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