World of Waterfalls Blog
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Most recent blog posts (reverse chronological order):
The Osprey Manta 34 backpack is meant for day hiking, but I’ve also chased waterfalls around the world with it. This is how I’ve also used it as a travel pack.
Sure enough when we finally got to the familiar entrance for the Eaton Canyon Falls, we saw that the gate to its large parking lot was indeed closed…
We’ve stayed at many accommodations and made many mistakes in our years of traveling. So we came up with 6 steps to ensure a good experience booking your stay.
Amazon may be killing brick-and-mortar stores around the world, but here are 7 reasons why shopping for outdoor gear at REI yields a better experience.
Everyone wants to travel, but it’s not cheap. So I’ll show you how to make money on a travel blog in the 9 steps that I used on this website.
In this Wealthy Affiliate Review, I make an honest assessment of my journey so far to fulfill my life’s dream of living off of my passions. So does WA work?
We’ve used Booking.com for over a decade, but why do they cop so many bad reviews and fraud claims? Is booking.com legit or a scam? In this review…
The Top 10 Best Sweden Waterfalls List showcases our favorite waterfalls that we’ve personally visited in this Scandinavian country.
The Switchpod is a creative game-changing solution for vloggers. But can you use it for photography? In this review, we’ll find out…
These are the top 5 must have outdoor and photography gear to put on that holiday shopping list for those who love chasing waterfalls.
Super Last-Minute California Far North Coast Long Weekend Itinerary – November 19, 2020 to November 23, 2020
This very last-minute Northern California Coast Weekend Itinerary allowed us to experience a part of the state we had never done before.
The Phillips Gulch Falls was a rather hidden and obscure waterfall within Salt Point State Park that dropped right into the turbulent waves of the Pacific.
Russian Gulch Falls (or Russian Gulch Waterfall) was a lush 35ft waterfall nestled within the fern-filled Russian Gulch State Park on the Mendocino Coast.
Trillium Falls was a small 12-15ft waterfall whose claim to fame was really its trail that meandered amongst large coastal redwood trees from Elk Meadow.
Gold Dust Falls and the Gold Bluffs Beach Waterfalls were a trio of thin but tall (50-80ft) waterfalls along a quiet elk-grazing part of the Davidson Trail.
The Fern Canyon Waterfalls was our waterfallers excuse to experience this popular narrow canyon where ferns draped its walls for nearly its entire length.
Dora Falls was a secluded 30ft waterfall situated very close to the US101 and a redwood grove. It had surprisingly good flow, and I even had the falls alone.
The Chamberlain Creek Waterfall is a secluded 50ft falls in the Jackson Demonstration State Forest between Willits and Fort Bragg near the Mendocino Coast.
It was an unfortunate circumstance since the mood had now soured from what should have been a serene and peaceful hike through the forest in pursuit of another one of the waterfalls along the…
Eventually at about 9:20am, Julie rushed us out of the house just as I was dialing into my meeting. Fortunately, I didn’t have to do any presenting though it would have been good to see…