World of Waterfalls Blog
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Most recent blog posts (reverse chronological order):
Panther Creek Falls was a pretty 50-75ft waterfall in the Wind River part of Gifford Pinchot National Forest where Panther Creek and Big Creek converged.
The Salmon Cascades is a short nearly-roadside stop to see Coho salmon (and steelhead trout) jump their way past this obstacle in Olympic National Park.
Clear Creek Falls was a scenic roadside stop near White Pass between Mt Rainier and Rimrock Lake. It was said to drop 300ft but not all of it is visible.
Walupt Falls is an unusually-shaped 220ft waterfall on Walupt Creek right by its confluence with the Cispus River, but I definitely had to earn my visit…
Falls Creek Falls is an easy-to-see 30ft waterfall on Falls Creek near the Ohanapecosh entrance to Mt Rainier National Park on the park’s east quieter side.
Franklin Falls is a gushing 70ft waterfall on the South Fork Snoqualmie River under the I-90 near Snoqualmie Pass within a short distance from Seattle.
And in one moment, I made a misstep and actually fell on my butt in the logjam, which was also partially submerged in water so my butt was wet…
Summer Falls maybe a manmade waterfall, but it had good flow and a relaxed vibe during our mid-June 2021 visit as it’s apparently not that well-visited…
Dry Falls is considered to be the largest waterfall that no longer exists, but I think it’s the largest ephemeral waterfall resulting from a flash flood.
Goat Falls may be Idaho’s tallest waterfall, but the main reason to do the rugged hike and scramble is Goat Lake as well as the scenery along the way…
The Lehman Creek Cascades are really a series of small rapids and cascades on a rare perennial stream in the main part of Great Basin National Park…
But the end result of my efforts was that a sharp tree protrusion gashed my left index finger, and it seemed to be bleeding pretty non-stop…
Hiking pants are underrated when it comes to gear we use to chase waterfalls around the world, but the best ones have dramatically improved the experiences.
In this Sony Alpha A7 III Review, I compare my experiences with using this popular mirrorless camera versus the Canon EOS DSLRs that I’ve used over 15 years
This Manfrotto BeFree 3-Way Live Advanced Tripod Review evaluates its performance against my old tripod, and if it compelled me to use it more in my trips.
In this Black Diamond Distance FLZ Review, I detail what I liked and didn’t like as well as why it changed my attitude towards trekking poles in general.
Deciding to buy travel insurance and picking the best coverage plan are an overlooked yet important aspect of our waterfall chasing trips…
Our Pacific Northwest Itinerary covered an 11-day Spring Break trip to Southern Idaho, Northern Oregon, and Northern California.
Devils Falls (or Devil’s Falls) may not require any hiking, but it involved driving the dusty and twisty Yankee Jim’s Road between Colfax and Foresthill.
Phantom Falls is a seasonal 164ft waterfall on the Gold Run dropping into a columnar basalt-rich canyon on a trail in a pasture full of Spring wildflowers.