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a section of the Middle McCloud Falls in Shasta-Trinity National Forest
August 14, 2014

Falling River

A tight angle captures the McCloud River falling in tiers to an unseen swimming hole below. The Middle McCloud Falls are one of three on the clear, chilly river in northern California's Shasta-Trinity National Forest. From an overlook at the Middle Falls, visitors can take in Mount Shasta and Castle Crags among other natural features.

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Photograph by Rennis Kauffman, National Geographic Your Shot
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