World of Waterfalls Blog

This page displays all of our blog posts (latest posts first).

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.

This page even displays updates or new postings pertaining to Top 10 Lists, Itineraries, and Trip Reports.

If you’re looking for waterfall writeups, you can find them in our Destinations page.

Most recent blog posts (reverse chronological order):

What Is The Best Way To Carry A Pro Camera When Hiking?

Finding the best way to carry a pro camera when hiking or adventure traveling has been a frustratingly endless search. Does such a solution or system exist?

Chaco Z1 Classic Review: The Most Versatile Outdoor Sandal?

This Chaco Z1 Classic Sandal Review goes deep into what I liked and didn’t like over my years of experiences with it. So is it deserving of its popularity?

Keen Arroyo 2 Sports Sandal Review: A Capable Water Shoe?

This Keen Arroyo 2 Review goes deep into my years of experience wearing this sports sandal primarily for watery hikes, but is it useful in other situations?

Salomon Quest 4D 3 GTX Hiking Boot Review

The Salomon Quest 4D 3 GTX Hiking Boot seemed to get lots of positive reviews. So I gave it a try to see if it might become my go-to boot on waterfall hikes

Garmin Fenix 6X Pro Sapphire Review – A Capable GPS Device?

This Garmin Fenix 6X Pro Sapphire Review goes deep into my love-hate relationship with using this pricey sports watch as a handheld GPS unit replacement

COVID-19 Rocky Mountains Road Trip Itinerary – July 21, 2020 to August 12, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic pretty much messed up our plans and aspirations to continue waterfalling abroad, especially when we realized that Americans were pretty much shut out from the rest of the world.

Top 10 Best Waterfalls in Colorado & How To Visit Them

The Top 10 Best Colorado Waterfalls List showcases our favorite waterfalls that we’ve personally visited in the Rocky Mountain State.

Top 10 Best Waterfalls in Wyoming & How To Visit Them

Our list of the Top 10 Best Wyoming Waterfalls is where we share these unsung attractions, including those outside Yellowstone National Park!

Big Falls

Big Falls was an elusive 150-200ft plunging seasonal waterfall in the Mt Charleston area by Las Vegas, and it’s very close to the popular Mary Jane Falls.

Little Adams Falls (Adams Canyon Lower Falls)

Little Adams Falls (also called Adams Canyon Lower Falls) was a short, overlooked, yet inviting 20ft waterfall within Adams Canyon downstream from Adams Falls.

Menace Falls

Menace Falls was an out-of-the-way remote and unheralded waterfall that probably had a height of 80-100ft in the Wyoming Range of the Bridger-Teton Forest.

Granite Falls

Granite Falls felt like a rare and endangered locals’ spot where the beauty of the Gros Ventre Mountains met with a wide waterfall and natural hot spring.

Popo Agie Falls

Popo Agie Falls was a combination of a scenic 300-550+ ft waterfall and swimming holes in the dry Wind River Range near Lander well east of Jackson Hole.

Mammoth Hot Springs Terraces

The Mammoth Hot Springs Terraces was a scenic and special class of waterfalls primarily sourced by geothermally-heated ground water and not rain or snow.

Midway Geyser Basin Runoff

The Midway Geyser Basin Runoff defied what we thought of when it came to identifying waterfalls, and that certainly made it a unique waterfalling experience

“The Uncertainty of Outcome” (Western Wyoming, Northern Utah, and Southern Nevada – August 2, 2020 to August 12, 2020)

However, when I got to the other side of the river, I noticed that there was no trail and it was a straight bushwhack into the thickness of vegetation. Without pants, I realized that I probably…

Bucking Mule Falls

Bucking Mule Falls was a remote 200ft waterfall accessed by a 5.4-mile round-trip hike to an overlook that also encompassed the contours of Devil Canyon.

Natural Bridge

Natural Bridge could be the only signficant natural rock span in Yellowstone National Park, but the cascade that flowed through it caught me by surprise.

Porcupine Falls

Porcupine Falls may be my favorite waterfall not in Yellowstone. Situated in the Bighorn Mountains, it had a 70-100ft drop with an inviting swimming hole.

Shell Falls

Shell Falls was an easy-to-visit waterfall, which formed from an ancient fault that shifted the bedrock and changed Shell Creek’s course to its 75ft drop.