World of Waterfalls Blog
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Most recent blog posts (reverse chronological order):
Haruru Falls is a short (5m) but wide (15m) waterfall on the Waitangi River easily accessed from the Bay of Islands at Paihia in New Zealand’s Northland Region.
Rainbow Falls is an impressive and easily-accessible 27m tall classic rectangular waterfall near the town of Kerikeri in the Northland Region of New Zealand.
Waiotemarama Falls (“water of the moon” in Maori) is a 5m waterfall on the Waiotemarama Bush Track near the kauri tree forests of Northland, New Zealand
We headed west along SH12 when we had to follow a slow-moving truck. And so we merrily waited for an opportunity to pass the truck safely when a police car was suddenly in our rear-view mirror…
Piroa Falls is a 20m waterfall accessible by a short walk within the Waipu Gorge Scenic Reserve between Auckland and Whangarei in New Zealand’s North Island.
Whangarei Falls (pronounced “FAHNG-uh-ray”) is a pleasing 26m rectangular waterfall accessed by a stroll with picnic areas in the city of Whangei, New Zealand.
Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks Camping Weekend Itinerary – August 27, 2004 to August 29, 2004
This Labor Day Weekend Itinerary pertained to a camping trip within the Cedar Grove section of Kings Canyon National Park. Since it took place well into the Summer…
Mist Falls is a 45ft waterfall in California’s Cedar Grove section of Kings Canyon National Park en route to Paradise Valley on an 8-mile round-trip hike.
This itinerary of our visit to Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton national Park was largely with a tight budget where we booked ahead for campsites for about half the trip while staying lodges for the remainder of the nights…
Hidden Falls is a 75-100ft waterfall at the far end of Jenny Lake in Grand Teton National Park accessible by a 1.2-mile round-trip hike after a boat ride.
The Wilderness Falls and Columbine Falls (or Columbine Cascade) are waterfalls dropping 250ft and 200ft respectively across Jackson Lake in the Grand Tetons.
The Falls River almost covered the entire canyon floor I was in. Clearly I could go nowhere without getting into the water. Then, with a roar of thunder, I quickly abandoned any thought I had…
The other Grand Tetons Waterfalls encompasses all the other waterfalls we’ve seen that we determined were merely ephemeral cascades and not really worthy of singling them out…
Tower Fall is a 132ft waterfall flanked by namesake tower-like pillars best seen in the morning from its base, but that trail has been closed for years.
Wraith Falls is a cascading 100ft waterfall dropping in a bulb-shape on Lupine Creek reachable by a short 2-mile round-trip hike in the north of Yellowstone.
Undine Falls is an easy roadside 60-100ft waterfall on Lava Creek seen from an overlook just east of the Mammoth Junction in Yellowstone National Park.
Lost Creek Falls (or Lost Falls) is a light-flowing 40ft waterfall sitting quietly in a shadowy forest right behind the Roosevelt Lodge in Yellowstone.
The Barronette Peak Waterfalls can be found on the cliffs of Barronette Peak. However, the waterfalls are primarily of the temporary ephemeral variety and the peak…
Rustic Falls is a textured 47ft waterfall next to the former Golden Gate Road west of Bunsen Peak and south of the Mammoth Junction in Yellowstone National Park
Osprey Falls is a 150ft waterfall on the Gardner River inside Sheepeater Canyon accessed on a 9.2-mile hike around Bunsen Peak and into a recovering forest.