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Lower Mesa Falls 144

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Lower Mesa Falls is downstream from Upper Mesa Falls and drops 65 feet on the Henry's Fork. Upstream is the larger waterfall called Upper Mesa Falls on the Henrys Fork off the Snake River . Both waterfalls are located in the Caribou-Targhee National Forest by Ashton, Idaho. The upper falls is about 114 feet high and 200 feet wide. The falls pours over the ash remains of an ancient vollcano eruption. The Upper and Lower Mesa Falls are the last remaining falls in the area that have not been altered by man.
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Lower Mesa Falls is downstream from Upper Mesa Falls and drops 65 feet on the Henry's Fork. Upstream is the larger waterfall called Upper Mesa Falls on the Henrys Fork off the Snake River . Both waterfalls are located in the Caribou-Targhee National Forest by Ashton, Idaho. The upper falls is about 114 feet high and 200 feet wide. The falls pours over the ash remains of an ancient vollcano eruption. The Upper and Lower Mesa Falls are the last remaining falls in the area that have not been altered by man.