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Crystal Creek Falls overlook
California

Crystal Creek Falls is located near Whiskeytown Lake, California & features several cascades over a short distance.  A popular destination for locals, a trail leads below from the main paved road to the base of the falls.  Nearby lies Whiskeytown Falls, another popular waterfall.

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