Dry falls

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Dry falls is a waterfall that is no longer supplied with water; a cliff-face that used to be a waterfall.

Dry Falls may refer to:

  • Dry Falls, Channeled Scablands, Grant County, Washington, United States
  • Dry Falls (Macon County), North Carolina, United States; a wet waterfall in the Nantahala National Forest on the Cullasaja River; aka Upper Cullasaja Falls
  • Dry Falls Dam, Grand Coulee canyon, Grant County, Washington, United States; an impoundment dam filled by water pumped from the Columbia river into the formerly dry canyon; aka South Coulee Dam

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