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The Bear Gulch Trail and the Talus Caves
Pinnacles National Park, California

The Bear Gulch trail at Pinnacles follows a fault through the massive rock outcrops. In places huge blocks have fallen from the cliffs above and bridged over the tiny stream, forming the Talus Caves.

Pinnacles National Park
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Bear Gulch Trail below the caves, Pinnacles National Park

Bear Gulch Trail below the caves, Pinnacles National Park


Pinnacles National Park, California

Date photographed: February 28, 2013
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Bear Gulch Trail above the caves at Pinnacles National Park

Bear Gulch Trail above the caves at Pinnacles National Park


Pinnacles National Park, California

Date photographed: February 28, 2013
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Climbing Rock in Bear Gulch at Pinnacles National Park

Climbing Rock in Bear Gulch at Pinnacles National Park


Pinnacles National Park, California

Date photographed: February 28, 2013
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Entering the Talus Caves in Bear Gulch, Pinnacles National Park

Entering the Talus Caves in Bear Gulch, Pinnacles National Park


Pinnacles National Park, California

Date photographed: February 28, 2013
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Stairs climbing out of Bear Gulch at Pinnacles National Park

Stairs climbing out of Bear Gulch at Pinnacles National Park


Pinnacles National Park, California

Date photographed: February 28, 2013
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