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Harriman State Park (in winter), Idaho, USA
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Harriman State Park is in eastern Idaho, USA.  The park is about 45 km2 and was donated to the State of Idaho in 1977 by Roland and W. Averell Harriman.  The park has been open to the public since 1982.  The world famous fly fishing river, the Henry's Fork, flows through the Park and is seen in this panorama.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harriman_State_Park_%28Idaho%29

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