Once a year it looks like there's a river of fire pouring down a cliff in Yosemite -- here's why

Every February, Horsetail Falls, which cascade down the famous El Capitan cliff in Yosemite National Park, become a fiery orange, illuminated by the setting sun.

Story and editing by Carl Mueller

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