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Minnewaska Awosting Falls
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Located just in side Minnewaska State Park, the Awosting Falls is a striking location with a dramatic waterfall cascading down into a large pool of water. Views from the top looking down are just as exciting as those from the bottom. In addition, for the more daring, you can walk behind the waterfall.
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