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Nooksack Falls [2]

Nooksack Falls is an easy-access waterfall near Glacier, Washington along the Mount Baker Highway (Highway 542).  The North Fork Nooksack River plunges down into a short chasm before confluencing w/ Wells Creek, to which can give the illusion that the two creeks are collinding into each other w/ no exit, though one has to look around the corner to see the downstream.  Every time I travel this highway I find myself stopping here to take a photo & I'm not sure why, maybe just to kill time.  This day I had actually came down from a visit of the Lower Curtis Glacier on the flank of Mt. Shuksan having soaked myself in fog & drizzle.  But once down below all the weather, it was just overcast, & I talked w/ the four visitors seen below from Victoria, BC, Canada, ultimately heading up for some hiking near Heather Meadows the following two days, to which the forecast was more favorable.  This waterfall is hard to capture in a photo sphere, but having an elevated pole helped give more depth.

Copyright: William L
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 20756x10378
Taken: 25/09/2017
Uploaded: 07/11/2017
Updated: 06/01/2019


Tags: nooksack falls; washington; woods; waterfall; mount baker; highway 542; north cascades; cascade range; mountains; wells creek; north fork; nooksack river
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