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East of Horseshoe Bend on the Kings River Highway
California
At Horseshoe Bend the South Fork Kings River snakes through a narrow gorge, between towering marble and quartzite cliffs known as the Portals of the Kings. The highway is carved out of the cliffs hundreds of feet above the river.
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Uploaded: 18/06/2013
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