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Salmon Creek and Salmon Creek Falls
On the Big Sur coast, Los Padres National Forest, California

Salmon Creek is a surprisingly boisterous stream, coursing six miles down from the 3000 foot coastal ridge. Just as it reaches Highway One it drops over a spectacular (though hard to view) double waterfall. Trails lead up the canyon into the Silver Peak Wilderness.

Wikipedia: Salmon Creek Falls

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Salmon Creek Canyon and Highway One

Salmon Creek Canyon and Highway One

Salmon Creek Canyon and Highway One

Salmon Falls, Los Padres National Forest, California

Date photographed: January 9, 2006
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Near the base of Salmon Creek Falls

Near the base of Salmon Creek Falls

Near the base of Salmon Creek Falls

Salmon Falls, Los Padres National Forest, California

Date photographed: January 9, 2006
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A sidehill viaduct over a slide area, Highway One south of Salmon Creek

A sidehill viaduct over a slide area, Highway One south of Salmon Creek

A sidehill viaduct over a slide area, Highway One south of Salmon Creek

near Salmon Creek, Los Padres National Forest, California

Date photographed: January 9, 2006
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