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Jul 25, 2016

Canyons and waterfalls (Eas a' Chual Aluinn)

Great report but the photograph accompanied by This was some interesting rock formation near where I suspect the trailhead for the hard hike to Eas a'

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Jul 25, 2016

Pearsony Falls and Rogue Falls (Prospect State Park, Oregon, USA)

Pearsony Falls (I've also seen it spelled Pearsoney Falls) was kind of our last waterfalling throw-in after having visited the nearby duo of Mill Creek Falls and Barr Creek Falls. In fact, if it...

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Jul 25, 2016

Mill Creek Falls and Barr Creek Falls (Prospect State Park, Oregon, USA)

With Mill Creek Falls and Barr Creek Falls, we were able to get a rare two-for-one waterfalling experience where both waterfalls were within a stone's throw from each other yet each were quite...

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Jul 24, 2016

Natural Bridge (Rogue River National Forest, Oregon, USA)

The Natural Bridge on the Rogue River was something we stumbled upon while making the long drive from Medford to Crater Lake National Park. We certainly didn't anticipate visiting this quirk...

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Jul 24, 2016

Duwee Falls (Crater Lake National Park, Oregon, USA)

Duwee Falls was said to be Crater Lake National Park's largest officially-named waterfall (the other two named falls in the park were Vidae Falls and Plaikni Falls; the latter we didn't have time...

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Jul 24, 2016

Diamond Creek Falls (Willamette National Forest, Oregon, USA)

Diamond Creek Falls was another one of those waterfalls that I had to wait years for after the first opportunity to see it in August 2009 resulted in disappointment stemming from a trail closure...

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Jul 24, 2016

Watson Falls (Umpqua National Forest, Oregon, USA)

Watson Falls was a very tall 272ft columnar free-falling waterfall that kind of provided us with a contrasting waterfalling experience with the neighboring Toketee Falls gracefully falling...

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Jul 24, 2016

Toketee Falls (Umpqua National Forest, Oregon, USA)

Toketee Falls completely disarmed my parents and I when we first laid eyes on it. Even though it was modestly-sized at a reported cumulative height of 120ft (where the mostly hidden upper drop fell...

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Jul 24, 2016

Stony Creek Falls (Snow Mountain Wilderness, California, USA)

Stony Creek Falls (also known as the Middle Fork Falls) had to have been one of the more remote waterfalls that we've done. In fact, if it's solitude and that true sense of getting away from it all...

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Jul 23, 2016

Kings Creek Falls (Lassen Volcanic National Park, California, USA)

Kings Creek Falls was another one of Lassen Volcanic National Park's well-known waterfalls that was quite popular amongst park visitors. Perhaps the signature feature about this falls was...

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Jul 23, 2016

Webber Falls (near Truckee, California, USA)

Webber Falls seemed to be a somewhat little known waterfall on the Little Truckee River north of Lake Tahoe. Although it had a two main plunges (an upper one of a reported 25ft tall and a more...

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Jul 23, 2016

Lundy Canyon Waterfalls (Inyo National Forest / Lee Vining, California, USA)

The Lundy Canyon Waterfalls page was my homage to the myriad of waterfalls that we've seen in the scenic Lundy Canyon. There wasn't a specific signature waterfall that we targeted on the times...

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Jul 22, 2016

Whisky Falls (Sierra National Forest / near Bass Lake, California, USA)

Whisky Falls (I've also seen it spelled Whiskey Falls) was one of those waterfalls that we thought would be a breeze to visit because it didn't require any hiking to see. Yet for one reason or another

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Jul 22, 2016

Rancheria Falls (Sierra National Forest / Huntington Lake, California, USA)

Rancheria Falls was a surprisingly popular waterfall in the heart of the Sierra National Forest near Huntington Lake. Given how out-of-the-way it was from the typical Yosemite route via Fresno...

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Jul 22, 2016

California: Travel Blog: Bringing Up To Snuff

Of course, when Mom saw the closure sign, she called out to me and wondered if it was wise to do this, which further raised some doubts as to whether my confidence in the park being...

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Jul 17, 2016

My Visit to the Huka Falls

It was one evening many years ago,I had my Girlfriend at the time, We were there and no one else was there, we could not believe it as it is a very populate

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Jul 07, 2016

Top 10 Best California Waterfalls - our list of the best we've visited

Our Top 10 Best California Waterfalls List was long overdue as we had been refraining from coming up with this list until we felt we had enough of a sampling for an expose like this to be legitimate..

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Jul 06, 2016

American Southwest Waterfalls: Nevada

Nevada Waterfalls are about as unlikely as they come. After all, this state is said to be the driest in the United States, which isn't all that surprising considering that the state is dominated...

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Jul 05, 2016

Leavitt Falls (Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest / Sonora Pass, California, USA)

Leavitt Falls was an attractive multi-tiered waterfall that was essentially a roadside stop. The first time we came up here, we took Dad's now-defunct MPV up here from Mammoth, which struggled...

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Jul 05, 2016

Sardine Falls (Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest / Sonora Pass, California, USA)

Sardine Falls (also called Sardine Creek Falls) involved a little bit of an adventure for my Mom and I given that we had to get our feet wet in icy cold water while doing a little bit of route...

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Jul 05, 2016

Northern California Waterfalls - World of Waterfalls

The Northern California Waterfalls are our survey of waterfalls we've managed to visit pretty much anywhere north of the state capital in Sacramento. Even though Julie and I have lived in California..

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Jul 04, 2016

Modjeska Falls (Fallen Leaf Lake, California, USA)

Modjeska Falls (also known as Upper Glen Alpine Falls) was the other main waterfall on Glen Alpine Creek, which drained into the scenic Fallen Leaf Lake. While this 50ft waterfall wasn't anything...

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Jul 04, 2016

Glen Alpine Falls (Fallen Leaf Lake, California, USA)

Glen Alpine Falls was definitely one of the big waterfall surprises of our trip to South Lake Tahoe. We didn't have much expectations for it, especially since my Mom and I had been pretty waterfall...

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Jul 04, 2016

Lower Eagle Falls (near South Lake Tahoe, California, USA)

Lower Eagle Falls was the big two-tiered waterfall that kept us wanting more no matter how we were able to experience it from the various options that were available to us. From the brink of the...

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Jul 04, 2016

Upper Eagle Falls (near South Lake Tahoe, California, USA)

Upper Eagle Falls was sort of a means to an end. What I mean by this is that although we merely used the waterfall itself as a destination, we noticed that most other people who hiked here really...

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Jul 04, 2016

Cascade Falls (near South Lake Tahoe, California, USA)

Cascade Falls was one of a handful of scenic waterfalls draining towards the Emerald Bay vicinity of southwestern Lake Tahoe. The wide, sliding cascade was said to be 200ft tall, and we were able...

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Jul 04, 2016

Bassi Falls (Eldorado National Forest, California, USA)

To us, Bassi Falls was kind of a smaller but far more accessible and fun version of the Horsetail Falls near South Lake Tahoe. We didn't have much expectations of this waterfall when we set out to...

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Jul 03, 2016

Bridal Veil Falls (Pollock Pines, California, USA)

Bridal Veil Falls was basically a drive-to waterfall with a chance to stretch out the legs while making the high-speed yet twisty drive along Hwy 50 between Sacramento and South Lake Tahoe. In fact...

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Jul 03, 2016

Horsetail Falls (near South Lake Tahoe, California, USA)

Horsetail Falls was definitely one of the main waterfall attractions in the Lake Tahoe vicinity as it was said to have a cumulative drop of a whopping 800ft amidst a granite wilderness that was...

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Jul 03, 2016

Kings Canyon Falls (Carson City, Nevada, USA)

Kings Canyon Falls was kind of an oddity in that it was the only waterfall we've seen so far within the state boundaries of Nevada - said to be the driest state in the United States. That fact...

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Jul 03, 2016

Frazier Falls (Graeagle, California, USA)

Frazier Falls (also known as Frazier Creek Falls) was a very impressively tall waterfall as according to a sign here, it was said to be 176ft in height (or 248ft in total if you include the...

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Jul 03, 2016

Mill Creek Falls (Lassen Volcanic National Park, California, USA)

Mill Creek Falls was kind of our waterfalling excuse to visit Lassen Volcanic National Park. Although it wasn't the only waterfall in the reserve, it was at low enough elevation that we were able...

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Jul 02, 2016

Lucifer Falls from south overlook Fall 2012

Lucifer is possibly my favorite falls. Hiked around falls with my sister (ages 57 and 75). Low-traffic weekday. Beautiful fall day. Down north trail from

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Jul 02, 2016

Mud Creek Falls and Croquette Falls (Mt Shasta, California, USA)

Mud Creek Falls as well as the neighboring Croquette Falls were pretty much the only waterfalls that we witnessed on the slopes of the impressive Mount Shasta. While we were aware of Whitney Falls...

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Jul 02, 2016

Burney Falls (Burney, California, USA)

Burney Falls was hands down the most spectacular waterfall we encountered on our trips to the far north of California. Not only did this waterfall have fairly impressive dimensions at 132ft...

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Jul 02, 2016

Hatchet Creek Falls (Montgomery Creek, California, USA)

Hatchet Creek Falls (also known as Lions Slide Falls) was one of those waterfalls that we really had to earn with a few scrapes along with bumps and bruises thanks to a fairly uncomfortable scramble..

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Jul 02, 2016

Potem Falls (Montgomery Creek, California, USA)

As you can see from the photo above, Potem Falls could have easily been its own major waterfall attraction complete with picnic area, parking lot, signs, and the like. After all, it featured an...

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Jul 02, 2016

McCloud Falls (near Mt Shasta, California, USA)

What we're referring to as McCloud Falls was really a series of three major waterfalls on the McCloud River - Lower Falls, Middle Falls, and Upper Falls. The Lower Falls was really more of a wide...

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Jul 02, 2016

Hedge Creek Falls (Dunsmuir, California, USA)

Hedge Creek Falls was the other main waterfall attraction in Dunsmuir. Unlike the more tense Mossbrae Falls experience, this was quite literally a short walk in the park leading to a pleasant...

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Jul 02, 2016

Mossbrae Falls (Dunsmuir, California, USA)

Mossbrae Falls had to have been one of our more unique waterfalling experiences in almost every sense of the word. Not only was the waterfall itself different (as you can see from the photo at the...

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Jul 01, 2016

Whiskeytown Falls (near Redding, California, USA)

Whiskeytown Falls was said to have been one of the "re-discovered" waterfalls as it was not widely known to the general public for about 40 years. Apparently, it had been "lost" since 1964 when...

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Jun 28, 2016

California: Travel Blog: The California Waterfall Rush

Anyways, after climbing then going around a bend where there was that familiar view of Mono Lake, we could now see that Mono Lake was essentially one big haze with the lake hardly being able...

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Jun 26, 2016

Havasu Falls

The moment I had my first glimpse of Havasu Falls, I knew it was somewhere I needed to go. After months of planning, we loaded up our backpacks and made

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Jun 19, 2016

The Stoners (Fish Canyon Falls)

Hey Hikers, Most of the Stoners from Cerritos, CA. used to hike up there back in the late ’70s & early ’80s to party. This was before the Factory came

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Jun 12, 2016

Nassfeld Waterfall (Austria)

The Nassfeld Waterfall is high in the mountains of the Hohe Tauern National Park in Austria. Although at an alltitude of 2528m above sea level it is easily

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Jun 12, 2016

White Oak Canyon Falls Hike

Below, I have listed my original story hiking to White Oak Canyon Falls. I was able to capture the upper and lower falls. All photos were taken by me.

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Jun 12, 2016

Wolf River Falls

This is located about an hour 1/2 outside of thunder bay in Dorian

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Jun 05, 2016

Millaa Millaa Falls

Millaa Millaa Falls is on the Atherton Tablelands west of Cairns. It is a plunge waterfall with a single 18m drop. It falls into a big pond which is ideal

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May 30, 2016

Sonoma Creek Falls (Sonoma, California, USA)

Sonoma Creek Falls was kind of our waterfalling excuse to explore part of the famed Bay Area wine country of Sonoma and Napa Valley. In particular, this waterfall was in Sonoma County as part...

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