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[[Image:CedarFromHamilton.jpg|thumb|400px|With a keen eye you can spot Cedar Falls from the top of Hamilton Mountain ''(Jeff Statt)''|left]]
 
[[Image:CedarFromHamilton.jpg|thumb|400px|With a keen eye you can spot Cedar Falls from the top of Hamilton Mountain ''(Jeff Statt)''|left]]
 
[[Image:CedarFallsSummer.jpg|thumb|400px|In late summer it is merely a trickle ''(Jeff Statt)''|left]]
 
[[Image:CedarFallsSummer.jpg|thumb|400px|In late summer it is merely a trickle ''(Jeff Statt)''|left]]

Revision as of 08:30, 17 March 2007

Cedar Falls from the bushwhack trail (Jeff Statt)
The falls are visible from the Cedar Falls Trail (Jeff Statt)
Cedar Falls (Jeff Statt)

Image:CedarFallsSummer.jpg

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With a keen eye you can spot Cedar Falls from the top of Hamilton Mountain (Jeff Statt)
In late summer it is merely a trickle (Jeff Statt)
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