A Solo Build It Review – Insights From My 12 Years With SBI!

This article is a Solo Build It Review where I go deep into what I liked and didn’t like about building the World of Waterfalls website with it for 12 years.

Gaia GPS Review – The Killer App For The Great Outdoors

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? Handheld, Phone, Or Watch?

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: Why We Still Use It

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…

Waterfall Photography Tips & Techniques: An In-Depth Guide

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 (Hiking Sticks) Really Help?

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.

Vasque St Elias GTX Waterproof Hiking Boot Review

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.

What Are The Best Shoes For Hiking In Water (To Waterfalls)?

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?

The 19 Best Los Angeles Waterfalls

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…

The Preikestolen, Kjeragbolten (Kjerag), and Trolltunga Itinerary

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

Geirangerfjord and Naeroyfjord are Norwegian fjords designated as UNESCO World Heritage sites. In this article, we compare these famous fjords in Norway…

How To Hire A WordPress Developer – Learning From My Mistakes

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!

Yellowstone Waterfalls Guide

The Yellowstone Waterfalls Guide is our comprehensive summary of the waterfalls in the world’s first national park. Yet, they generally don’t get quite the same notoriety as Yellowstone’s other signature features like predictable geysers or the safari-like wildlife experience…

Silver Falls State Park Waterfalls Guide

Silver Falls State Park is a waterfall lovers haven featuring ten waterfalls in a serene and compact reserve. Oddly enough, none of the waterfalls actually have the name “Silver Falls”.

Yosemite Waterfalls Guide

The Yosemite Waterfalls Guide is our summary of the waterfalls that have compelled us to visit Yosemite National Park time and time again. As a result, we’ve managed to experience almost all…

The German Language

One of the things that I learned when Julie and I turned our attention internationally to go waterfalling is that travel is all about building bridges between your own perception of the world and what actually happens in the real world…

California Highlights

Even though this is a waterfalls website, we recognize that there are many highlights in our home state of California (both involving and not involving waterfalls). So we’ve come up with this page to pay homage to some of the highlights that we…

Europe Highlights

Even though this is a waterfalls website, we recognize that there are many highlights in the European countries (both involving and not involving waterfalls). So we’ve come up with this page to pay homage to some of the highlights that we…

Should I Drive In Japan

Although Japan has a public transportation system that is both extensive and efficient, we’ve managed to find ourselves in plenty of situations where we were better off self-driving. And since we visit waterfalls practically everywhere…

Waterfalls Featured in Movies or on Television

Ever since Julie and I honeymooned in New Zealand back in 2004, we’ve been keenly aware that waterfalls show up frequently in the movies and on television.  As you can guess, the Lord of the Rings movies…