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Below are the most recently changed/updated 50 web pages on the World of Waterfalls (except for waterfalls blog entries). The most recently affected web page is at the top while the oldest affected web page is at the bottom. Have a look below...


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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

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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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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May 30, 2016

Dawn Falls (Larkspur, California, USA)

Dawn Falls was kind of an unusual waterfalling experience for us in that it was nestled in a part of Marin County where there were numerous high-priced residences built amongst towering coastal...

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May 29, 2016

Feather Falls (near Oroville, California, USA)

Feather Falls was certainly one of the most impressive waterfalls we've seen in the state of California outside of Yosemite National Park. Typically waterfalls with this much volume and size would...

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May 29, 2016

Rush Creek Falls (Grass Valley, California, USA)

Rush Creek Falls was one of the more unique waterfalling excursions that we've been on. Something very unique about the trail reaching the falls was that it was said to be wheelchair accessible...

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May 29, 2016

California: Travel Blog: R Dub Nation

According to our GPS, we only had around 5-6 miles to go, but soon the weather continued to deteriorate from hail to heavy snow flurries. Now, things were getting serious, and it eventually got...

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May 29, 2016

Grouse Falls (Foresthill, California, USA)

Grouse Falls was a waterfall that we were willing to drive a bit out of the way for. In fact, it seemed like not many people make it out here given that we were the only people pursuing this...

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May 29, 2016

Castle Rock Falls (Los Gatos, California, USA)

Castle Rock Falls really seemed to us like a sideshow compared to some of the other attractions that were on offer at the Castle Rock State Park - namely the interesting rock formations as well as...

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May 29, 2016

Triple Falls (Morgan Hill, California, USA)

Triple Falls was kind of the lone wolf waterfall within the boundaries of the Uvas Canyon County Park mostly because it was a bit out of the way in Alec Canyon compared to the other six waterfalls...

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May 28, 2016

Uvas Canyon Waterfalls (Morgan Hill, California, USA)

The Uvas Canyon Waterfalls page is where I'm describing at least five waterfalls all within close proximity to each other as part of the Waterfalls Loop Trail in Uvas Canyon County Park. While none...

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May 26, 2016

Northern Arkansas, Buffalo River Area Waterfalls

As a prior resident of Arkansas, I've had the opportunity to visit quite a few waterfalls from Tim Ernst's Arkansas Waterfalls book. This is definitely

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May 06, 2016

Buckhorn Falls (Angeles National Forest / Buckhorn Camp, California, USA)

Buckhorn Falls was a waterfall that eluded us mostly because getting to it wasn't easy. That said, it turned out that we had plenty of opportunities over the years to make a visit since it was very..

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May 05, 2016

Cooper Canyon Falls (Angeles National Forest / Buckhorn Camp, California, USA)

Cooper Canyon Falls was a waterfall that was quite close to the LA Basin as the crow flies, but it was actually one of the more distant ones we've visited. Getting there involved a fairly long drive

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May 04, 2016

California: Travel Blog: Pick Your Poison

And indeed, there were plenty of moments where I had to make a decision on whether to make a risk-laden boulder scramble with dropoffs or wade through the poison oak. It was definitely a case of...

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May 02, 2016

Pelverata and Snug Falls

A couple of pictures from Snug and Pelverata Falls in Tasmania after some good rain. Both falls were spectacular, especially Pelverata. I have visited

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Apr 26, 2016

Switzer Falls (Angeles National Forest / La Canada Flintridge, California, USA)

Switzer Falls was one waterfall that kind of became an exercise in frustration when it came to satisfactory experiences. You see, even though this waterfall was really a series of several drops...

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Apr 25, 2016

California: Travel Blog: A Joy Luck Weekend

As I was making the steep scramble up, I had to go up some exposed tree roots before I was on a narrow rock ledge leading to a narrow section where the rock ledge was kind of aided by the way...

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Apr 24, 2016

Ardvreck

The waterfall at Ardvreck isn't seasonal it's one of those that doesn't seem to very much in flow whatever the weather. The flow out seems to bear no relation

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Apr 17, 2016

California: Travel Blog: Self Picked Adventure

When we had our fill of Paradise Falls, we then headed back up at 3:45pm. And as expected, Tahia was not in much of a mood to walk. She wanted us to carry her, but we couldn't accommodate...

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Apr 13, 2016

California: Travel Blog: An Inconvenient Opportunity

Sure enough when we got onto the Trabuco Creek Road, we saw there was still water puddles filling in the potholes. Plus, the road was muddy as expected so we knew that Julie's car was going to get...

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Apr 10, 2016

Walcher Waterfall (Austria)

The beautiful Walcher waterfall for some reason does not receive a lot of publicity and yet it is one of the tallest in Austria. The Walcherbach stream

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Apr 10, 2016

Eastern US Waterfalls: South Central States

The South Central States Waterfalls is a region where I'm putting the waterfalls that we've visited within the states of Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, and Oklahoma. Before seeing the waterfalls here...

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Apr 10, 2016

Turner Falls (Davis, Oklahoma, USA)

Turner Falls was perhaps Oklahoma's most scenic waterfall. Julie and I were made aware of the falls when my mother made a visit here during a business trip several years ago. Ever since then...

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Apr 10, 2016

Natural Falls (West Siloam Springs / Colcord, Oklahoma, USA)

Natural Falls (I've also seen this referred to as Dripping Springs) was one of the more interesting waterfalls we stumbled upon in our research of Oklahoma Waterfalls, which prompted us to include...

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Apr 09, 2016

Glory Hole Falls (Ozark National Forest, Arkansas, USA)

The Glory Hole Falls was definitely was one of the more unique waterfalling experiences that we've ever had. As you can see from the photo at the top of this page, it was a rare waterfall where...

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Apr 09, 2016

High Banks Twin Falls (Ozark National Forest, Arkansas, USA)

High Banks Twin Falls provided us with one of our more tranquil waterfalling experiences during our little road trip to the South Central states of Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, and Oklahoma in...

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Apr 09, 2016

Cedar Falls (Petit Jean State Park, Arkansas, USA)

In our minds, Cedar Falls was arguably the most attractive waterfall in the state of Arkansas. As you can see from the photo above, it had a classic rectangular shape with pretty healthy volume...

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Apr 08, 2016

Clark Creek Waterfalls (near Baton Rouge [Louisiana], Mississippi, USA)

The Clark Creek Waterfalls (also referred to as Tunica Falls in Google Maps) were a series of several waterfalls residing within the Clark Creek Natural Area within Mississippi near its border with...

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Apr 07, 2016

Hamilton Pool (near Austin, Texas, USA)

Hamilton Pool was easily our favorite Texas waterfall. Even though the falls was modestly sized with a plunge of roughly 50ft into its namesake pool, we thought it was the stuff surrounding...

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Apr 05, 2016

Pedernales Falls (near Austin, Texas, USA)

Pedernales Falls seemed to us to be a series of smaller cascades and waterslides. We actually thought that as a waterfalling attraction, it seemed to stretch the definition of a waterfall...

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Apr 03, 2016

McKinney Falls (Austin, Texas, USA)

McKinney Falls was actually a series of two waterfalls - an upper and lower falls. It could also very well be the only waterfall within the city limits of Austin (Texas' state capital)...

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Apr 03, 2016

Gorman Falls (Colorado Bend State Park, Texas, USA)

Gorman Falls was a very wide waterfall that was a bit difficult to convey in photos just how grand and graceful it was. The photo you see at the top of this page represented only a small portion...

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Apr 03, 2016

Eastern US: Travel Blog: Dodging Bullets

Boy was it a good thing that we didn't do the trip in reverse (clockwise) as originally planned, because we would've really been screwed with the flooding there. Plus, we would've really been...

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Mar 27, 2016

aurora teagarden a bone to pick

There's a scene near the beginning of the Hallmark movie A Bone to Pick. It shows a street with a waterfall in the background. Does anyone know where it

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Mar 22, 2016

Etiwanda Falls Should Be a Solid 2 On the Ratings Scale

My wife and I visited Etiwanda Falls on the first day of spring and we were pleasantly surprised by the beauty of the canyon (once you get up into it).

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Feb 21, 2016

Falls Canyon Falls (Cleveland National Forest / Lake Forest, California, USA)

Falls Canyon Falls (also known as "Hidden Falls") was an elusive waterfall that nearly defeated us as I'm sure it probably had many others. In fact, we weren't even aware of the existence of this...

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Feb 21, 2016

California: Travel Blog: From PV to the OC

So while Julie and I were having this GEICO Commercial moment (where Tarzan and Jane were arguing over directions) and Tahia was getting antsy about this hike becoming longer than she had bargained...

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Feb 20, 2016

Tugela is tallest

Hi, I am convinced that Tugela Falls is taller than Angel. Not as a single drop, but counting its five tiers which are very close to one another. Everyone

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Feb 17, 2016

Beautiful Vernal Falls

Thank you so much for all the pictures of Vernal Falls and the commentary. We walked up the trail the first of February, 1959 when we were on our honeymoon.

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Feb 17, 2016

Fish Canyon Falls (Angeles National Forest / Duarte, California, USA)

Fish Canyon Falls maybe our favorite local waterfall. Strangely enough however, we hadn't visited this waterfall during all the years we had been waterfalling until the Spring of 2010...

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Feb 17, 2016

California: Travel Blog: Fighting Off The Flu Bug

As we were getting ready for the hike, the sun was bearing down on us as it looked like it was going to be yet another hot day today (yet another February day in the 80s or 90s). As my headaches...

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Feb 13, 2016

You have to go to the top! (Cascade d'Ars)

My Mom grew up in this town. I hiked to the top when I was 15. This person went 2/3 of the way. The last part is steeper. I couldn't do it at 55, but

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Feb 11, 2016

Some more info about San Bernardino Mountains

Not a big deal by any means but the picture on your site that shows the snow-covered San Bernardino Mountains with the caption This is the view east in

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