United States Running Eagle Falls

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Chuck Haney

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Running Eagle Falls consists of two separate waterfalls seasonally, hence it's nickname, Trick Falls. Spring runoff brings water rushing over its 40-foot top ledge, hiding a cave-like opening in the cliff face. When the upper falls dries out in the summer, water continues to flow through a sinkhole at the top of the cliff and through the opening below, creating a smaller 20-foot waterfall.

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