The Parcines Waterfall

Water in all it's glory.
The Parcines waterfall is an absolute must, especially around the end of March until start of April when the snow starts to melt and the falls reach a 50 to 60 lt. per second capacity, at the end of April with an average 100 to 200 lt. per second or the end of May with records of between 350 to 500 lt. per second.
The falls reach their full size with melted snow from mid-May to the end of June or beginning of July with 5,000 to 6,000 lt. of water crashing over them. The most impressive masses of water were seen in July 1989, when an estimated 10,000 lt. per second went down the small valley.
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