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Big Creek Falls, Mt. Baker Snoqualmie National Forest, Washington State
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After a five mile hike up the Snoqualmie Lake Trail along the Taylor River a wide concrete bridge appears. It is completely out of place in this wilderness setting, a remnant of an old road that was planned into the headwaters of Taylor Creek, a project that was never completed. On the north side of the bridge Big Creek Falls plummets down a series rocky ledges and then over smooth granite face into a plunge pool just below the bridge.

Copyright: Bill edwards
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Uploaded: 25/08/2012
Updated: 05/07/2014
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Tags: big creek falls; hike; hiking; national forest; taylor river; washington; waterfall; wilderness
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