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Diamond Valley Lake - Inner Face of West Dam
California

Diamond Valley Lake is a man made reservoir located near Hemet in Southern California.  Fishing and boating are popular attractions and a 21 mile trail circling the lake allows visitors to hike or bike around the lake.  The West Dam is 2350 feet long and 130 feet tall.  Access to the Saddle Dam is from the Lakeview Trail.

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Uploaded: 25/06/2013
Updated: 09/10/2014
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Tags: diamond valley lake; reservoir; west dam; dam; hemet; lakeview trail
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