Even calm waters form round boulders.
The Capilano river cuts through a granite massive situated in the Pacific rainforest ecoregion in British Columbia. But the forces of water cannot be stopped by the hardest rock. The nearby Capilano suspension Bridge crosses the river, but the real nature can be found on the hidden trails of the National Park.
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Submitted on Feb. 13, 2019
- North America (739)
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- Exact location (-123.1165 W, 49.3409 N)
river, granite, national park, rainforest
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