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Panoramic photo by Paul Liebenberg Taken 19:29, 16/02/2013 - Views loading...

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Cullen Spring

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The Cullen Spring is located in Henry W Coe SP's Grizzly Gulch watershed; along the Cullen Trail not too far from where it meets the Grizzly Gulch Trail. An important watering stop for park visitors, the trough is needing replacement.

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A: Cullen Spring Trail; First Switchback

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B: Mounted Assistance Unit Trail Work Day

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E: Under the Oak

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F: Oak on Osos Ridge

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