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North Fork Tuolumne River

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Cleanup at the North Fork Tuolumne River

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North Fork Tuolumne River

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Tuolumne River / North Fork Creek

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Clavey Falls Whitewater - Tuolumne River

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Tuolumne River 2017-01-07 LaGrange to Modesto

The North Fork Tuolumne River is a 35.7-mile (57.5 km) long river in the central Sierra Nevada of Tuolumne County, California and is a major tributary of the Tuolumne River. It originates above the Dodge Ridge Ski Area about 2 miles (3.2 km) east of Pinecrest, in the Stanislaus National Forest. From there it flows generally southwest, past Long Barn, Twaine Harte, Soulsbyville and Tuolumne. Below Long Barn the river flows through a narrow canyon on its way to join the Tuolumne River, at the head of Lake Don Pedro Reservoir, about 5 miles (8.0 km) north of Groveland.