Why Not Jog Falls?

Jog Falls situated in southern part of India is certainly one of the beautiful and highest waterfalls.

Is there a waterfall that you can camp by and swim in?

I’m looking for a romantic vacation where there is a waterfall that you can camp out by and swim in. either in the U.S. or North America or even a island like Costa Rica…

I am looking for the name of this movie (please help if you know it)

The movie was either from the 1960s or 1970s. I watched it on regular TV in the mid 1970s. The waterfall seen is in the end where a couple drink from the waterfall and begin to age from young adults to seniors. The movie was a fairytale/sci-fi movie about a young man who meets an […]

What is meant by ‘number of drops’ of the waterfall?

I’ve seen Victoria Falls with a classification of 1 as its number of drops, and Angels with that of 47; what does it mean?

I like this web site

I was surprised that there are people who love waterfalls that much. I also love waterfalls, and enjoy them. I visited a lot of water falls around the world (Europe, USA, Asia), and since I’m from a desert country I miss the green and blue colors which I can see in the green or forests […]

Heart Rock Falls – Great Waterfall – Alt. shorter trail

This waterfall is small. It’s not even worth visiting if it’s not for the perfect heart shape depression. The direction is pretty clear however you can drive on the paved road until its very end. There is more parking space and it saves you about 1/4-mile if you are lazy to hike. Park where you […]

Less Known Beautiful Waterfall from India

Hi, Nice Collection of waterfalls… All of them are different and beautiful.. I like the description you have given with the waterfalls… Kindly look at these beautiful waterfall in India, its near to my place and are less known waterfall. Kindly provide feedback for the same Hope you add them in your further list… great […]

Whangarei Waterfall

I was there and it’s absolutely amazing to watch it. The sound is so peaceful. First the calm water start cobbling over the rocks and runs faster and faster to the edge and then the down fall of all that water. This is something you have to experience yourself to enjoy it. In summer time […]

Wonderful experience

I went to see Angel Falls as a sole traveler and it was a marvelous experience. While I did not like Venezuela much, the waterfalls were astonishing. Their view … breathtaking and the sound they made was incredible. I choose to go with a small plane, but seeing the jungle from above, I wish I […]

Take a raincoat!

The Mist Trail remains our most memorable hike in Yosemite, Summer of 2010. Two families with four kids 11-14 years old arrived at the Park in the afternoon and we wanted to do one hike that day. One of the adults had heard of the Mist Trail to Vernal Falls and we took the shuttle […]

Becoming Kama’aina at Kapena Falls

I was very fortunate to be stationed at Sub Base Pearl in 1953 with my cousin Joe Rodriguez. As we are native Floridians, we both enjoyed the island of Oahu and its many beaches and sights. While hanging ten on Kuhio Beach with some local friends, they asked us if we would like to become […]

At Least One Dive… (Waimea Falls)

I was stationed at Schofield Barracks in 1964, and I met a local girl and we were married. She knew all the best waterfalls so we would travel around a lot. But my greatest time was when we went to Waimea Falls. She told me that she had once dove from the top, well it […]

Valuable information for beginners

Good information for beginners and learners. As for as control mist/ moisture forming on to lens while taking photo against direction of fall of water, good to umbrella at an inclined angle so as to avoid blocking mist at the same time allowing lens to capture full or desired view of water falls (but need […]

Favourite place on earth!

I go to Niagara Falls, Canada at least twice a year with my twin sister. We could write books with all the fun and harrowing facts we’ve learned. We’re addicted to the falls and sometimes go there just to escape the chaos of life. Love it so much!

Combined Hermit-Sturtevant hike

You don’t need to get all the way up and down to combine Hermit and Sturtevant Falls hikes into one. First Water is connected with Robert’s Camp by a trail going along the creek and cabins. Although be ready to get wet in the high water season because there are some creek crossings and they […]

What creates the wind at the bottom of a waterfall?

Is it due to the water moving air out of the way as it falls, or is it just due to the force of impact when water hits the bottom? How can you predict how much wind a certain waterfall will produce?

Went April 11, 2011

Was only flowing at about 20 percent but was still amazing and it is a lot bigger when u see other people standing on the other side. It really puts the size of it in perspective.

Please help identify waterfall

Please help my family identify this waterfall! My Great Uncle Jerry was a fighter pilot in WWII and he loved to take photos. This is one of his photographs. I have always been drawn to this photo and have not been able to identify the location. My Great Uncle Jerry was shot down in Northern […]

Highway 39 is reopened

Caltrans has reopened the highway after being closed for nearly 10 years due to extensive fire damage (Curve Fire) and then the 2005 flooding. Access to Lewis Falls is difficult due to the inability for volunteers to get in to the area to maintain the trail leading to the falls. In that video you can […]

King George Falls is the Best

King George Falls in the North Kimberley between December and June is easily Australia’s most spectacular waterfall. With twin drops of over 100m it is enormous. It is like 2 Jim Jim Falls together. I’ve seen both and it is no contest.