#24 Powerhouse Falls

Powerhouse Falls are, as they say, by an old powerhouse.

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It was mid May and the trees were starting to bud, giving us this amazing photo.

 

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The water was crashing and roaring around these rocks.

 

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This part of the river was a little more peaceful.

 

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When looking for these falls, if you see this sign, you’re just a little walk away. You walk up the street, turn right and follow the road until it ends at the river. We couldn’t drive up it because they had a rope going across the road.

 

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This is where the road ends and you can see the falls from there.

 

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This is the view from the parking lot.

 

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And another.

 

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If you look downstream from that fall, you see this view.

 

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And this.

 

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Now I’m taking you upstream.

 

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Gorgeous.

 

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This path is definitely not a well cleared path, but the views are worth the bother.

 

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You gotta love it.

 

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And there you have it folks – Powerhouse Falls!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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