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Upper Cascade     39°18'44.34"N, 120°26'3.12"W


Shearer p. 244 “The time in passing is too short to take in the charms of the water-falls in summer, or the ice-clad rocks in winter, and the extended view on the right.” Hart’s picture of the Upper Cascade was apparently taken from the bridge.


The modern waterfall remains, but the diminished maximum flow is indicated by the growth of vegetation in its canyon.