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Uploaded on Jun 14, 2008
This video shows the force of Upper Yosemite Falls in late spring. Fueled entirely by melting snow, this massive waterfall, the tallest in North America when combined with the Lower Falls, will be dried up by August. In the meantime, you can see (and hear) how it crashes down the mountainside and how many smaller tributary waterfalls crash off from it, wearing into the face of the rock.
In the middle of the spliced video I look up to see the clouds moving in the sky and location of the trail. I don't know who the other people on the trail are.