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Yosemite - Trail to Lower Falls and View to Halfdome
California

When walking from Yosemity Valley to the foot of the Yosemity Falls you cross this forest. When the woods allow a view to the outside you can often see well known sights and landmarks such as the Halfdome. The walk is easy and brings you directly under the Lower Yosemity Fall.

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Uploaded: 08/07/2014
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Tags: national park; park; recreation; waterfall; forest; mountain
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