Lee Vining Creek, Mono County
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Lee Vining Creek, Mono County

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Lee Vining Canyon is ajacent the Ansel Adams Wilderness. The creek flows from the eastern enterance of Yosemite National Park and what is left after Los Angeles Department of Water and Power takes their share, flows into Mono Lake.

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