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    Yosemite Firefall Each summer night a bonfire was built at the edge of Glacier Point 3,200 feet above Yosemite Valley. At 9pm sharp, the bonfire’s embers were pushed over the edge of Glacier Point, creating a “Waterfall of Fire.” In 1968 the NPS ended the Firefall because it was unnatural and attracted huge crowds that damaged meadows. In 1973 Galen Rowell took the first known photo of the “Natural Firefall” at Horsetail Fall, ushering in an new chapter in the history of the Firefall..

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