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Hike: Rainbow Falls

August 5, 2010
Rainbow fall at Devils Postpile National Monument

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A gem of a find is Rainbow Falls located near Mammoth in California. This pristine waterfall is a day hike, passing the impressive Devil’s Postpile along the way. Come here to enjoy the view, take a few pictures and just soak up the great outdoors. View these articles for some pictures and information on the hike to Rainbow Falls.

Rainbow Falls

When we hiked to Rainbow Falls south of Devils Postpile, we took the shuttle bus from our campground to the trail head. We could have just hiked from the campground up and back, but that would have been the same route. …

Publish Date: 07/21/2010 16:43

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Rainbow Falls

JillOW posted a photo: Rainbow Falls. Outside Mammoth Lakes, CA.

Publish Date: 07/23/2010 21:43

http://www.flickr.com/photos/jow/4822472147/

Stunning Views At Rainbow Falls In Mammoth Lakes Near Devils

Rainbow Falls is a MUST see for any spring or summer Mammoth Mountain or Mammoth Lakes visitor! View photos and see what it takes to get there!

Publish Date: 06/28/2010 0:58

http://www.skianything.com/2010/06/rainbow-falls-in-mammoth-lakes-near-devils-postpile-national-monument/

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Hiking Tips: Dehydration on The Trail

August 5, 2010
Impact of water in a water-surface
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Dehydration is a serious illness while hiking. So much of our bodies are made up of water; we need to make sure that we are keeping ourselves well hydrated so that we can keep healthy and enjoy our hikes. Question is, how do we know the signs of dehydration? Here is a great article that goes over the prevention, symptoms and treatment of dehydration.

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