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Often compared to the Alps, the North Cascades contains innumerable steep, glaciated mountains, mostly ranging from 7000 to 9000 feet. Waterfalls are so abundant in the these mountains � they are the characteristic that gave the Cascades their name.
Gorge Creek Falls sits in the Ross Lake National Recreation Area of North Cascades National Park, Washington state. The main vantage point of these falls is a metal bridge. The deck of the Gorge Creek Bridge is grating. It sways and shudders when traffic goes over it, and if you are afraid of heights I do not recommend walking out on the deck.
January 30th, 2011
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