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The Kauterskill Fall, from the Staircase.

The Kauterskill Fall, near the Laurel House.

View from the top of Kauterskill Fall, looking down the Glen.

The Kauterskill Fall.

Kauterskill Fall, from from below the Second Fall.

Kauterskill Fall, from the Staircase.

Kauterskill Fall, from the Staircase.

The Lower Kauterskill Fall, eighty feet high.

Kauterskill Fall, from from below the Second Fall.

View from the top of Kauterskill Fall, looking down the Glen.

The Kauterskill Fall.

The Kauterskill Fall, from the Staircase.

The Lower Kauterskill Fall, eighty feet high.

The Kauterskill Fall.

View from the top of Kauterskill Fall, looking down the Glen.

The Lower Kauterskill Fall, eighty feet high.

View from the top of Kauterskill Fall, looking down the Glen.

The Kauterskill Fall, near the Laurel House.

View from the top of Kauterskill Fall.

The Kauterskill Fall.

The Kauterskill Fall, from the Staircase.

The Kauterskill Fall, near the Laurel House.

The Lower Kauterskill Fall, eighty feet high.

Kauterskill Fall, Catskill Mountains.

View from the top of Kauterskill Fall.

The Kauterskill Fall, from the Staircase.

View from the top of Kauterskill Fall, looking down the Glen.

Kauterskill Fall, from from below the Second Fall.

The Kauterskill Fall.

View from the top of Kauterskill Fall, looking down the Glen.

The Kauterskill Fall, near the Laurel House.

View from the top of Kauterskill Fall.

The Kauterskill Fall, near the Laurel House.

The Kauterskill Fall, near the Laurel House.

Kauterskill Fall, from from below the Second Fall.

The Kauterskill Fall.

Kauterskill Fall, Catskill Mountains.

View from the top of Kauterskill Fall, looking down the Glen.

View from the top of Kauterskill Fall, looking down the Glen.

View from the top of Kauterskill Fall, looking down the Glen.

View from the top of Kauterskill Fall.

View from the top of Kauterskill Fall, looking down the Glen.

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