"It is the counterpart of the Yosemite Fall, but has a much greater volume of water, is about 1,700 feet in height, and appears to be nearly vertical though considerably inclined, and is dashed into huge outbounding bosses of foam on the projecting knobs of its jagged gorge." - John Muir
Sierra Club Bulletin, Vol. VII. No. 4, June, 1910. Plate LXXXVIII.
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