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You can see some dramatic examples of beheaded channels beyond the trail.  Where is the upstream half (the source) of each channel?  The sources lie to the southeast.  But know what to look for!  When the downstream part of a channel is "beheaded," the creek cuts a new channel across the fault.  The source would now appear either as a stream cutting straight across the fault, or as an offset channel.