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Waterfalls on the San Rafael Reef after a strong thunderstorm.  Remeber that those slabs are over 1000 feet tall.  You wouldn't want to be caught on a climb in conditions like that!
Looking south along the Eastern Reef slabs and canyons
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Looking down the southern end Of the Reef Slabs. The Large slab in the forground is the Surfing the Swell formation ,over 1600' high. The dark canyon wall to the right forms C) Bongo Canyon > Two excellent climbs start out of this canyon. Silver Lining 5.12 and Feeding the Rat 5.9-A) Two Fingers Canyon B) Three Fingers Canyon
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Looking down the southern end Of the Reef Slabs. The Large slab in the forground is the Surfing the Swell formation ,over 1600' high. The dark canyon wall to the right forms C) Bongo Canyon > Two excellent climbs start out of this canyon. Silver Lining 5.12 and Feeding the Rat 5.9-A) Two Fingers Canyon B) Three Fingers Canyon

Submitted By: USBRIT on Jun 9, 2009
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