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Glossary -- Pour-Overs

Pour-overs, also called "dry falls" or "pour-offs," are waterfalls that usually are dry. A place in a wash or canyon where water, if it were flowing, would "pour over" a ledge to form a waterfall. Note that pour-overs always look higher and harder to climb from above.

Pour-Over Pour-Over
Pour-Over Pour-Over
Pour-Over
View from below: not too high
Pour-Over
Same pour-over from above: holy cow! - that's a long way down!
Pour-Over pour-over
Pour-Over
Passing a pour-over by tunneling through boulders
Pour-Over
Walk-up pour-over
Pour-Over Pour-Over
Pour-Over Pour-Over
Pour-Over Pour-Over
pour-over
Some pour-overs are easy to pass
Pour-Over
Pour-over formed by a boulder blocking a canyon

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