Recent Updates to the World of Waterfalls

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...


Jul 28, 2015

Cascada de Nocedo (near Valdepielago, Leon, Spain)

The Cascada de Nocedo at first glance seemed like a pretty ordinary waterfall. However, when we paid more attention to its somewhat tight surroundings within a small chasm, we realized that there...

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Jul 28, 2015

Waterfalls of the Cares Gorge (Picos de Europa, Leon / Asturias, Spain)

The waterfalls of the Cares Gorge page was basically my excuse to talk about the famous hike that quite possibly was the quintessential Picos de Europa experience. But it turned out that there was...

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Jul 27, 2015

Salto do Coro (Mondonedo, Lugo, Spain)

Salto do Coro was kind of our waterfalling break as we made the long drive between Santiago de Compostela and Ribadeo. Although it wasn't big (probably 10-15m tall), it had a lush and intimate...

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Jul 27, 2015

Fervenza do Ezaro (Ezaro, A Coruna, Spain)

The Fervenza do Ezaro (or Fervenza do Ézaro with the accent) was a pleasant waterfalling surprise for us as it was a high-volume waterfall set amidst a windswept rocky landscape all within...

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Jul 26, 2015

Fervenza do Toxa (near Bandeira, Ourense, Spain)

The Fervenza do Toxa was our first taste of waterfalling in the lush Galicia Region of Spain in the country's northwest. The thing that really stood out to us about this excursion was that there...

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Jul 26, 2015

Pozo de los Humos (Masueco / Perena de la Ribera, Salamanca, Spain)

Pozo de los Humos (meaning well of smoke) was one of those semi-remote out-of-the-way waterfalls not far from the Spanish-Portugese border that was really our waterfalling excuse to visit the...

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Jul 26, 2015

Cascada de los Litueros (Somosierra, Madrid, Spain)

The Cascada de los Litueros (also called Cascada de Somosierra or Chorrera de los Litueros) felt like one of those relatively hidden locals-only waterfalls even though it was somewhat visible...

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Jul 26, 2015

Monasterio de Piedra (Nuevalos, Zaragoza, Spain)

The Monasterio de Piedra (Stone Monastery) was a natural park that featured countless waterfalls. In fact, we were so overwhelmed by the sheer number of waterfalls that were flowing throughout the...

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Jul 25, 2015

Cascada del Molino (Tragacete, Cuenca, Spain)

The Cascada del Molino literally stole the show away from the disappointing Nacimiento del Río Cuervo during our early June visit in 2015. Indeed as you can see from the photo at the top of this...

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Jul 25, 2015

Nacimiento del Rio Cuervo (Tragacete, Cuenca, Spain)

The Nacimiento del Rio Cuervo (or Río Cuervo with the accent) popularly referred to the waterfall or cascada that would typically flow over a series of bush-clad travertine walls and alcoves...

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Jul 25, 2015

Cascada de la Cimbarra (Aldeaquemada, Jaen, Spain)

The Cascada de la Cimbarra was said to be one of the top waterfalls in the Andalucía (or Andalusia; pronounced "ahn-dah-loo-SEE-ah") region of Spain (though it was actually quite close to the...

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Jul 25, 2015

Cascada de Linarejos (Sierra de Cazorla, Jaen, Spain)

The Cascada de Linarejos was our waterfalling excuse to check out the mountains of the Sierra de Cazorla. However, as you can see from the photo at the top of this page, this 60m tall waterfall...

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Jul 25, 2015

Fuente Agria (Portugos, Granada, Spain)

The Fuente Agria was really our waterfalling excuse to talk about the beautiful city of Granada as well as to visit the white towns of Las Alpujarras in the Sierra Nevada range of Southern Spain...

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Jul 25, 2015

Cascadas de Huesna (San Nicolas del Puerto, Sevilla, Spain)

The Cascadas de Huesna (I've also seen it referred to as the Cascadas del Hueznar or more accurately Cascadas del Huéznar with the accent) was a series of modest-sized waterfalls near the small...

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Jul 25, 2015

Cascada de Cueva del Gato (Ronda, Malaga, Spain)

The Cascada de Cueva del Gato was an interesting waterfall that originated from a stream spilling out of the mouth of the Cueva del Gato (Cat Cave). I thought of this as our waterfalling excuse...

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Jul 25, 2015

Cascada de Ronda (Ronda, Malaga, Spain)

"Cascada de Ronda" was the name that I'm dubbing this attractive waterfall, where the Río Guadalevín (Deep River) that tumbled some 25m or so beneath the impressive Puente Nuevo (New Bridge)...

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Jul 24, 2015

Africa Waterfalls: Morocco

Morocco Waterfalls contrasted the country's rich diversity of cultural heritage as well as history. It felt as if the country was at a cultural crossroads between the European north, the Arabian...

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Jul 24, 2015

Cascades d'Akchour (Rif Mountains, Chefchaouen, Morocco)

The Cascades d'Akchour consisted of a lower waterfall and a much taller upper waterfall (pictured above) as well as a handful of other modest waterfalls and cascades sharing the same stream as the...

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Jul 24, 2015

Source Ras el-Maa (Rif Mountains / Chefchaouen, Morocco)

The Source Ras el-Maa was really my waterfalling excuse to talk about magical blue medina of Chefchaouen (pronounced "shef-SHAU-wun"). We managed to encounter a handful of small cascades...

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Jul 24, 2015

Sources Oum er-Rbia (Aguelma Azigza National Park, Khenifra Province, Morocco)

The Sources Oum er-Rbia was said to be where some 40 springs feed the beginning of Morocco's second largest river (said to be over 600km) eventually making its way into the Atlantic Ocean at...

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Jul 24, 2015

Cascades d'Ouzoud (Tanaghmeilt, Azilal Province, Morocco)

Cascades d'Ouzoud (or Ouzoud Falls) was really the main waterfalling reason for us to even consider going to Morocco. It's rare for us to experience a waterfall of this magnitude cutting through...

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Jul 24, 2015

Imi n'Ifri Waterfalls (Demnate, Azilal Province, Morocco)

The Imi n'Ifri Waterfalls were essentially my waterfalling excuse to talk about the impressive natural bridge of Imi n'Ifri. In fact, when Julie and I planned for our trip to Morocco, we wanted to...

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Jul 23, 2015

Europe: Travel Blog: Independent Minds

..we pretty much spent the next few minutes arguing with this guy as he wouldn't let the issue go. When we tried to explain to him that we had already done what he advocated that we do this instant...

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Jul 23, 2015

Cascades de Setti Fatma (Ourika Valley, Al Haouz Province, Morocco)

The Setti Fatma Waterfalls were our first waterfalling experience in Morocco. Not knowing what to expect other than what we had read in our guidebooks, they were said to be a series of seven...

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Jul 19, 2015

Europe: Travel Blog: Heart of Spain

Next, I continued onto the next hairy part of the scramble. This time, there was a bit of a longer and more involve wade through knee-deep tide pools and rocks. Again, since I was prepared to get...

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Jul 17, 2015

Dip Falls and Ridgley waterfalls

Recently we were up on Tassie's north coast, seeing several waterfall along the way. We were heading home later in the day, so we tried to make the most

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Jul 14, 2015

Europe: Travel Blog: Spanish Inquisitions

...I drove up to the machine controlling the barricade, inserted the ticket to open the lever guard on our way out, and then suddenly when I pulled forward, we heard a brief crunch...

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Jul 11, 2015

Africa: Travel Blog: Sensory Overload

...we got back to the cafe by the car park after crossing over the bridge fronting the dam. This included a small break where Mohammed went to the reservoir to put water on his shoes to cool off...

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Jul 09, 2015

Moonbows [Lower Falls in Rochester]

It was during a visit to Cumberland Falls in 1990 when I first read about moonbows. I also learned that the Lower Falls in Rochester, NY where I live is

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Jul 04, 2015

McLeans Falls, Caitlins, NZ

How could McLeans Falls not win any placing in the list?

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Jul 04, 2015

Icelandic Waterfalls

Some of my favorite waterfalls in Iceland are (afaik) unnamed falls that one can just randomly see from the side of the road. I'm afraid that, as is the

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Jul 01, 2015

How about Tjotafossen in Briksdal?

As you head up the glorious Olden Lake past a dozen vey high waterfalls, the sublime view of the Melkvoll Glacier comes into view with the 1019 foot Volefossen.

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Jul 01, 2015

snow in Plitvice

I went in the beginning of February and it was freezing, I recommend good snow shoes because there was A LOT of snow, and my feet were numb and wet after

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Jun 29, 2015

Mcdowell Creek Falls

The falls are located off of highway 20 between lebanon and sweet home oregon at mcdowell creek park. It is a nice place to hike around.

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Jun 19, 2015

Finally recovering after the 2009 fires

I return yearly to the Marysville area in the Yarra Ranges to photograph various waterfalls. The area is finally recovering from the 2009 Black Saturday

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Jun 19, 2015

Kamaee Falls is one of the most Pristine Waterfalls of Hawaii

Opened to the public only in late 2009, Kamae'e Falls is one of Hawaii's most beautiful and pristine waterfalls. Kamaee Stream is a source for all the

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Jun 15, 2015

Aerial Video of Wallaman Falls

Here https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=TyUl0Iz9SFQ you'll find a short aerial video of the Wallaman Falls.

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Jun 13, 2015

Unknown falls ?

Would you know the name of and where this waterfall is ? Thanks so much, Colin R. Toronto, Ontario. (robertson.colin.w@gmail.com )

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Jun 13, 2015

Jog Falls in July

Jog Falls, Gerosoppa Falls or Joga Falls is the second-highest plunge waterfall in India, Located in Sagara taluk, these segmented falls are a major tourist

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Jun 06, 2015

Yes been there! (MacDonald Falls)

Actually, the best place to view the falls is from the trail on the other side. See our blog with pictures http://www.girlsinglacier.com/hikes-blog

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Jun 06, 2015

Wheww (Laie Falls)

Very rainy in June , seemed longer than 3miles up three down . Slippery footing and mosquitoes galore . A lot of work for a small falls . The summit was

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Jun 06, 2015

“Challenges and solutions going from Paraguay to Iguazu falls”

“Iguazu Falls” is one of most beautiful places in the world. This wonderful place is located near “Tres Fronteras” where Iguazu River enters river of Parana

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May 31, 2015

Davies Creek Falls

Davies Creek Falls is near Mareeba, Far North Queensland. The water tumbles over beautifully coloured rocks into a pool at the bottom. Davies Creek is

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May 30, 2015

Victoria Valley Falls after rain

Last year we went away on a road-trip up the west coast of Tassie, seeing plenty of great waterfalls along the way, including Montezuma, Nelson, Waratah,

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May 29, 2015

Always worth the drive over the pass (Mingo Falls)

We usually stay in Gatlinburg and I always force my husband to go all the way into Cherokee for this short but steep hike for an amazing view. WE last

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May 24, 2015

Awesome place to visit for nature lovers

Jog falls is a awesome place for Nature lovers, full of greenery and peace. Best period to visit Jog falls is August-December. We visited jog falls in

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May 24, 2015

Top 10 Tasmanian waterfalls

I have visited quite a few waterfalls in Tasmania (roughly 45-50) and I thought that it was about time that I compiled a top 10 list based on the falls

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May 19, 2015

Beware Leptospirosis (Maunawili Falls)

Leptospirosis has been found in these waters. Educate yourself before swimming there.

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May 19, 2015

Great Falls of the Fox

Sorry but Great Falls of the Fox is the best waterfall is Southern California. Main falls at the top is 100 feet tall tucked into an amazing gorge with

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