United States Paulina Falls

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Joe Becker

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About this spot
Located in the Newberry National Volcanic Monument, Paulina Falls (also known as Paulina Creek Falls) is actually a pair of twin 80-foot tall waterfalls a short distance downstream from where Paulina Creek emanates from Paulina Lake, one of two major lakes in the Neberry Caldera. The twin waterfalls cascade over ash deposits and other volcanic sediments from the volcano. These sediments are relatively soft, and the waterfalls are eroding the cliff, creating a large number of boulders below the falls.

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