World of Waterfalls Blog
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Most recent blog posts (reverse chronological order):
South Fork Mineral Creek Falls is a colorful 80-100ft two-tiered waterfall accessed by a short hike from a scenic campground in the San Juan National Forest
The ‘Red Mountain Cascade’ was an obscure waterfall tumbling besides the Million Dollar Highway at the Red Mountain Pass before the colorful mountain itself
Mystic Falls was a waterfall that took me 2 attempts before experiencing it properly. Indeed, this Telluride beauty didn’t give up her secrets very easily.
Box Canyon Falls is an 85ft mostly-hidden waterfall at the head of the claustrophobic namesake Box Canyon easily experienced on a developed trail in Ouray.
Upper Ames Falls was a waterfall that I had mistaken for Mystic Falls, but it could be the Ice Falls as it might be an ice-climbing obstacle in the Winter.
Bear Creek Falls is a 70ft waterfall easily accessed from Telluride on a popular 5-mile trail gaining 1100ft flanked by craggy mountains and mining relics.
“The COVID-19 Road Trip” (Colorado Rockies, Eastern Wyoming, and Western South Dakota – July 21, 2020 to August 1, 2020)
Maybe all the bad decisions in pursuing this falls finally caught up with me and I had to respect the limits that Mother Nature threw at me. I even wondered if I saw the Grizzly Bear Falls at all…
This in-depth Solo Build It Review details my experiences of building this large website with SBI! through their highs and lows over 12 years
Can this app turn our iPhone into a handheld GPS device and do the job better than those dedicated GPS units? We find out in the Gaia GPS Review.
What is the best GPS for hiking? I found it can be overwhelming to make a choice. So I dug deep to look at what I like and don’t like about each type of GPS
The Portable Auto GPS Navigation System may get killed by smartphones combined with mapping and routing apps, but we still use our device, and here’s why…
Save yourself from mistakes we’ve made on our adventures by using the tips and techniques that we’re sharing in this in-depth waterfall photography guide.
Do trekking poles or hiking sticks really help? We have a love-hate relationship with them because they’re both beneficial and a nuisance. And here’s why.
I have been wearing the Vasque St Elias GTX Waterproof Hiking Boot for several years. In this review, I will detail what I like and don’t like about it.
Chasing waterfalls means we often have to hike in water. So what’s the best footwear for these conditions? Should we hike in waterproof boots or water shoes?
It was unnerving to see this many people out here on a Friday, and I’d bet that on the weekends, it would be even worse. Maybe lots of people were already out of school…
In my mind, I was thinking that all the caution that we were practicing was essentially getting thrown to the wind the moment you start involving people who don’t take this seriously…
Regardless, by the time we were driving on Mt Baldy Road, we were seeing on multiple occasions flashing signs saying ‘All Baldy Trails Closed’ and ‘Parked Vehicles Will Be Towed Away’…
Rubio Canyon Falls is a series of seasonal waterfalls with a bit of a checkered past nestled within a steep canyon in the foothills of the San Gabriels.
Julie was fearful that they might get reported to police so they stayed behind, but now that planted in my mind that perhaps there was a time limit for my exploration before the cops would show up…