Headwaters, San Joaquin River
Headwaters, San Joaquin River
June, 2003

The  Ritter-Banner massif sits upon the headwaters of one of California's once great unbound rivers, the San Joaquin. Beginning its journey at the outlet of Thousand Island Lake, it drains the central Sierra watershed from Yosemite's Merced to the mighty Kings river systems. After cutting its way through the Sierra Crest immediately west of the Devil's Postpile, it is impounded many times for purposes of irrigation and hydroelectric on its way down the western slope, giving it the unfortunate moniker of California's most dammed river.

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