World of Waterfalls Blog
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Bear Gulch Falls is a temporary bouldery waterfall on the order of 30ft or so requiring serious timing to see perform in Pinnacles National Park, California.
Bear Gulch Cave Falls and Condor Gulch Falls are 2 waterfalls encountered while I did the ranger-recommended 5.3-mile loop of the best scenery in Pinnacles NP.
Sure enough, when we got to the Bear Gulch Nature Center, given all the delays that Julie induced on the way here, it turned out that the car in front of us took the very last parking spot…
When they eventually showed up, we ultimately got started on our hike at about 10:20am. Surprisingly, our group actually consisted of about five different families, I think, with lots of kids…
This Los Angeles Waterfalls page is where we share the best waterfall trails or hikes in Los Angeles County and Orange County from an Angeleno’s perspective…
Along the way, I saw quite a few more hikers going up to the falls, including one couple where one woman really looked like she struggled (making me wonder if she had brought enough water…
If you want to do Norway’s Preikestolen, Kjerag, and Trolltunga, here’s a way to experience all three bucket-list attractions and still enjoy it!
Geirangerfjord and Naeroyfjord are Norwegian fjords designated as UNESCO World Heritage sites. In this article, we compare these famous fjords in Norway…
We even had to scramble and skirt by some slippery and eroded ledges or dropoffs (including one rope-assisted part) where Tahia got real nervous and even cried as she was starting to lose confidence..
Black Star Canyon Falls is a seasonal waterfall with a bloody past reached by a difficult 7.5-mile hike and scramble in the Santa Ana Mountains near Irvine, CA.
Julie and I were hoping big time that it wouldn’t result in a really bad injury to one of them where we’d likely get blamed for bringing them to this hike in the first place should such a calamity…
So how do you hire a WordPress Developer? I went through this when I migrated my website to WordPress, and I’m sharing my mistakes so you don’t make them!
This was a trip where Julie and I took a breather from the day-to-day to celebrate our 15-year wedding anniversary as well as coupling that with Julie’s birthday. Samoa was the last of the major South Pacific Islands destinations that we had yet to go waterfalling…
The Robert Louis Stevenson Pool (or RLS Pool for short) is a short seasonal waterfall in a lush man-modified pool near the RLS Museum in Apia, Upolu, Samoa.
The Afu Aau Waterfalls (Olemoe Falls) is a 15-20m waterfall with an idyllic plunge pool perfect for swimming on the southern coast of Savaii Island in Samoa.
Mu Pagoa Waterfall is a 5m tall 15-20m wide falls on the Lata River spilling over an old lava flow right into the South Pacific Ocean off Savaii Island, Samoa.
Papaseea Sliding Rocks (or Papase’ea Sliding Rocks) are a set of waterfalls on the Papase’ea Stream with scary (risky) slanted rocks for sliding in Apia, Samoa.
Sauniatu Waterfall (or Sauniatu Falls) is a 20m falls that required us to go on a bumpy road in eastern Upolu Island to the Mormon village of Sauniatu, Samoa.
Falefa Falls is a 10-15m river waterfall accessed through a lush and colorful garden towards a ledge on the river’s banks located east of Apia, Upolu, Samoa.
Fuipisia Falls (or Fuipisia Waterfall) is a pair of waterfalls with the main one featuring a 54m twin falls reached by a short walk near Apia, Upolu, Samoa.