6 comments on “Wild Water: The 5 Best Hikes On Rivers And Creeks

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  1. Bolam Creek is so interesting to me. I find that, just as you said, I can imagine it’s current bed fragile if a major storm were to come through. The makeup of the rock and soils seems geologically “new” and the bowl shape of the riverbed is also curious. It is wonderful to find places that make us see our wonderful planet with a better perspective of its constantly changing surface.

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