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[[Image:HamiltonCreekOverlook.jpg|thumb|400px|Hamilton Creek ''(Jeff Statt)'']]
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[[Image:HamiltonCreekOverlook.jpg|thumb|400px|Hiker standing at the Hamilton Creek Viewpoint ''(Jeff Statt)'']]
[[Image:HamiltonCreek.jpg|thumb|200px|Hamilton Creek ''(Jeff Statt)'']]
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[[Image:HamiltonCreek.jpg|thumb|200px|View of Hamilton Creek from the viewpoint. The ridgeline is the back side of Hamilton Mountain''(Jeff Statt)'']]
[[Image:HamiltonRailbed.jpg|thumb|200px|Part of your hike follows this old rail bed ''(Jeff Statt)'']]
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[[Image:HamiltonRailbed.jpg|thumb|200px|The old rail bed ''(Jeff Statt)'']]
 
[[Image:TreeCable.jpg|thumb|250px|Cable left from turn-of-the-century forestry operations in the area ''(Jeff Statt)'']]
 
[[Image:TreeCable.jpg|thumb|250px|Cable left from turn-of-the-century forestry operations in the area ''(Jeff Statt)'']]
 
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=== Description ===
 
=== Description ===
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This is an unofficial name for a rather non-description location along the Cedar Falls trail.  It's the location of a large slide - providing an excellent vantage point of the strong running Hamilton Creek down below.  Hamilton Creek drains the entire watershed between [[Hamilton Mountain]] and [[Table Mountain]].  It empties out into
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{{TripReports|Hamilton Creek}}
 
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Revision as of 09:55, 17 March 2007

Hiker standing at the Hamilton Creek Viewpoint (Jeff Statt)
File:HamiltonCreek.jpg
View of Hamilton Creek from the viewpoint. The ridgeline is the back side of Hamilton Mountain(Jeff Statt)
The old rail bed (Jeff Statt)
Cable left from turn-of-the-century forestry operations in the area (Jeff Statt)

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Description

This is an unofficial name for a rather non-description location along the Cedar Falls trail. It's the location of a large slide - providing an excellent vantage point of the strong running Hamilton Creek down below. Hamilton Creek drains the entire watershed between Hamilton Mountain and Table Mountain. It empties out into

It is said that from this point

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