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- Several small creeks cross the lower portions of the trail. This one is in a small gully.
- Here is what Carpenters Lake looks like. There isn't much of a lake anymore, just some small pools and a wetland.
- Jasmine tests the bridge to make sure it isn't too slippery to cross.
- One of the small streams that cross the trail is very nice with some little green plants growing even in winter.
- There are some nice views of Table Mountain fom the Greenleaf Falls Trail as you near the falls.
- There are some nice views of the Gorge as you near Greenleaf Falls.
- Nice views of Table Mountain on a sunny day from the Greenleaf Falls Trail.
- Some interesting mosses grow a bit above the trail along some of the basalt slopes.
- Greenleaf Falls is not a very tall waterfall. It flows down the rocks in two cascades before rushing down the hillside.
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- This is the second cascade of Greenleaf Falls.
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