World of Waterfalls Blog
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The blog posts shown here include both non-waterfall and waterfall writeups. So in addition to our in-depth waterfall posts, the article/post topics can range from educational writeups, musings, features, advice, product reviews, and more.
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Most recent blog posts (reverse chronological order):
“Disconnected Connectedness” (Glacier, Yellowstone, and Grand Tetons – August 5, 2017 to August 15, 2017)
About five minutes later, the large group caught up to me though I wasn’t sure if they rememered me or not because one of the ladies said to me, ‘You’re brave, dude!’…
Moyie Falls (not the one in Canada) has a 100ft regulated upper drop and a more permanent 40ft lower drop on the Moyie River near Moyie Springs, Idaho.
Kootenai Falls is a 90ft tall series of powerful waterfalls (the tallest is probably 30ft) on the Kootenai River in a run of about a mile near Libby, Montana.
Spokane Falls consists of an upper and lower waterfall on the Spokane River both regulated, accessible, and flowing through downtown Spokane, Washington.
Goldstream Falls (or Upper Goldstream Falls) is an easy-to-access waterfall nearby the Goldstream Campground in Goldstream Provincial Park on Vancouver Island.
The Sandcut Beach Waterfall is a pair of 10-15ft waterfalls on the south of Vancouver Island reached by a walk through rainforest and beach near Jordan River.
‘Goldstream Niagara Falls’ is a 47.5m waterfall on Niagara Creek hidden in an easy-to-miss drainage opposite a tunnel beneath a road bridge from the main trail.
Brandywine Falls is a 70m plunge waterfall on Brandywine Creek easily seen from a lookout after a 1km return walk from the Sea-to-Sky Highway near Daisy Lake.
Shannon Falls is a 335m waterfall on Shannon Creek reached by a very popular 600m return walk from the Sea-to-Sky Highway by Squamish, British Columbia, Canada.
Alexander Falls is an easy 43m waterfall on Madeley Creek near the Whistler Olympic Park just west of the resort town of Whistler in British Columbia, Canada.
Whatcom Falls is a 25ft waterfall on Whatcom Creek that I saw from a Works Progress Administration bridge surrounded by park trails in Bellingham, Washington.
Willamette Falls is a 40ft tall 1500ft wide waterfall on the Willamette River (the widest falls exclusively in Oregon), but experiencing it remains elusive.
It wouldn’t be until around 9:35am when we finally got to the customs person, but when she asked what was in our cooler, we revealed that we had eggs, some bread, some kefir, as well as a bag of…
The goal of this weekend trip was to expose my nephew to our favorite haunt – Yosemite National Park. Tahia had been here before, but we also wanted to keep both the kids engaged by allowing them to keep each other…
It’s not easy to put together a Top 10 Best New Zealand Waterfalls List, but here is a list of our favorites that we have personally visited.
Our Top 10 Best US Waterfalls List consists of the favorites that we’ve personally visited throughout the United States of America.
The Top 10 Best Waterfalls of the South List is our way to honor the waterfalls that Julie and I had the fortune of experiencing.
Our Top 10 Best Norway Waterfalls List consists of the favorites that we’ve personally visited in the land of fjords and the midnight sun.
Our Top 10 Best Hawaii Waterfalls List consists of the favorites that we’ve personally visited and provided write-ups for in the Pearl of the Pacific.
This list of the Top 10 Best New York Waterfalls showcases our favorite waterfalls in New York that we’ve personally visited.