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):

Paradise Falls (Wildwood Falls)

Paradise Falls (also referred to as Wildwood Falls) is a lovely 40ft waterfall in the canyons of Wildwood Park in the Thousand Oaks area just minutes east of the popular…

Big Sur Initiation Itinerary – March 30, 2001 to April 1, 2001

This itinerary covered a brief weekend trip to the Big Sur Coast. For Julie and I, this was our very first time exploring this part of the California Central Coast together, and since we were in the budding stages of our waterfalling passion at the time…

McWay Falls

McWay Falls was easily one of the most beautifully situated waterfalls on the California Coast that Julie and I have encountered. Its impossibly scenic location was what made this waterfall unique…

Salmon Creek Falls

Salmon Creek Falls is another one of those must-see waterfalls when we’re out and about touring the Big Sur Coast. Not only is this falls gushing with reliable flow, over 100ft…

Pfeiffer Falls

Pfeiffer Falls is a small multi-stranded 60ft waterfall typically within the shadowy forest confines within Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park. This is one of the more popular…

Bridalveil Fall

Greeting millions of visitors at the Gates of Yosemite Valley, Bridalveil Fall easily rivals Yosemite Falls as the most photographed waterfall in the park.

Ribbon Falls

Towering Ribbon Falls is amongst the highest free-leaping waterfalls in the United States. Despite sitting across from Bridalveil Fall at the foot of Yosemite Valley, many visitors miss this gem…