Pictured above is the Pine Canyon hiking destination. It is a monolithic wall of rock. I call it a pour-off but found it to be singularly dry. No doubt flash flooding would supply water. But then again, I didn’t climb to the top to determine if the topography is conducive to channeling a waterfall.
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