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Ammonite Falls

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Ammonite Falls outside of Nanaimo, Canada on Vancouver Island. This waterfall is a great little hike near Nanaimo. The falls are about 60 feet tall and is the largest waterfall in the Nanaimo area.

  • peter Bakker 7 months ago
    This is a very beautifull pic thak you for sharing
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