Cedar Creek Falls Topo Map

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The San Diego River and its upper tributaries drain the pastoral valleys and forested hillsides around Julian, and the rugged western slopes of the Cuyamaca Mountains. The water flows generally southwest through V-shaped canyons, and eventually reaches El Capitan Reservoir, not far from San Diego’s eastern suburbs. Quite frequently the water en coun ters resistant layers in the underlying igneous and metamorphic rocks. In several places it tumbles over cataracts up to a hundred feet high. The grinding of stones trapped in pockets below these falls has created deep pools, or “punchbowls.” Cedar Creek Falls, along with its punchbowl, is one of the more attractive and accessible of these wonders.
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San Diego, California

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