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It wasn't all pretty views though- we also had some shenanigans, which involved climbing on icicles, falling in the mud, scaling a snowbank and promptly falling off and other general nonsense.
I definitely want to make another trip out in nicer weather to visit again and see the lower falls. It's been a long time since I've been here!
All in all a pretty fun few hours!
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Last week I had the chance to make a stop at Letchworth Falls- the first time I'd been there in the winter. A lot of the park was shut down, but we were able to park at Glen Iris Inn and walk down to the falls. The first awesome thing we happened upon was a frozen fountain. As the water from the fountain froze it created an ice cone around the fountain, with just a little water still coming all the way through- it was pretty cool to see. We also stopped at a few pull offs on our way out to get some other views of the gorge and the falls.
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