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At Laplash Falls, Bear Creek splits into two channels and then converges over a wide rock wall before dropping like a curtain 47 feet into a rock grotto and disappearing downstream into the lush second-growth forest. The wild and green environment at the bottom of this little-known falls feels like deep wilderness even though the hike in from the road is less than a mile.
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