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Switzer Falls with the Nystroms - Katie & Daniel Peckham Photo 13 of 40
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This was one of the best pools, with a natural water slide which you can see at the top where the water flows in.  The rock is quite smooth, and is partially moss-covered, so it's perfect for sliding down into the pool (either feet first, or headfirst).

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Katie | Jun 13, 2006 2:22pm | MOZILLA 5.0 (Win)

but what you can't see in this photo is how high the slide goes - probably twice as high as what is visible in the sunlight. it was so awesome!!

(anonymous) | Jul 26, 2007 3:32pm | IE 6.0 (Win)

I have been to Switzer falls where is this waterfall with a pool?

Suzanna | Jul 26, 2007 3:37pm | IE 6.0 (Win)

I have been there to Switzers fall wright by the picnic tables and I walk by the stream I did not see any waterfall with a pool.

Daniel | Jul 29, 2007 2:22pm | MOZILLA 5.0 (Mac)

To get to this pool, you have to hike down toward the main waterfall, but instead of taking the trail up to the falls, you continue down the creek downstream. It's a ways beyond the falls.

caity | Apr 1, 2008 4:09pm | IE 7.0 (Win)

so you can actually go down this like a waterfall??

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This was one of the best pools, with a natural water slide which you can see at the top where the water flows in. The rock is quite smooth, and is partially moss-covered, so it's perfect for sliding down into the pool (either feet first, or headfirst).

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6/3/2006 10:41am

Taken by Daniel Peckham with a Canon EOS 20D

ISO 400 | f 8 | 1/400 sec | 32mm

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