Oahu and Waimea Falls

I went to Oahu twice on the Navy’s dime while attached to the U.S.S. Alabama submarine. The first time, I only had 4 hrs. to play. The second time, in 1987, I had nearly a whole day of “liberty” (off time), so I rented a Jeep and took some buddies on a tour of the […]

Old military brat (Kapena Falls)

Once a great hangout for teens and similar airheads! Jumping feet first into murky, clouded water was very risky. Once parked my car on the Pali shoulder to take a plunge. Gone 20-minutes. Returned to my car that had been broken into. Billfold stolen. Haven’t returned since 1967!! 0 CommentsOnly logged in users can post […]

Mooney Falls, Havasu Falls, Rock Falls AZ

Mooney Falls, Rock Falls, and Havasu Falls were amazing! They’re in the Grand Canyon area and well worth it. Rock Falls you can hike around the back of the falls and dive out or dive 30 feet from the top. The water is crystal clear and warm 0 CommentsOnly logged in users can post a […]

A True Odyssey (to a mysterious waterfall)

In the summer of 1989 I was preparing to leave Hawaii after 5 years of service. A CLOSE friend and I took a farewell trip to Kauai. As part of the package I paid for an inclusion that was rather hefty in cost. After an incredible one hour helicopter tour of the entire island we […]

Not a lyrebird

Hey Johnny, that’s actually a bush turkey. Very common to the area. Lyrebirds tend to be a little more rare 0 CommentsOnly logged in users can post a comment (login at topright corner of your screen) Please login or sign up to comment

What would cause a mid ocean waterfall?

Been trying to look around for information. Though seems there isn’t any being there is no precedent for it. But under what kind of conditions would have to happen to form a waterfall in the ocean. Can be a few miles from land or middle? Just simply curious about it. 2 CommentsOnly logged in users […]

Quite a Hike! (Nojoqui Falls)

We arrived at the park that is near these falls and were told that there is a ten minute walk. But it’s a ten minute walk FROM the ENTRANCE. Actually one could drive up to where the camping areas are and find it quicker. We arrived when the sun was setting. The park closes at […]

Aug 12, 2011- Trail Canyon Falls still not open

Still not open from the fire 2 years ago… 0 CommentsOnly logged in users can post a comment (login at topright corner of your screen) Please login or sign up to comment

Burgess Falls

This photo is from a negative that’s at least 45 years old. I ran across it in my parents’ house. I think it may have been taken in Mexico in 1963, but I’m not sure, and I’ve looked at images of waterfalls there and not seen anything like this. I’d appreciate any information about it. […]

God’s Wonders of the World

I lived in Iceland for 1yr and loved every minute of the day I spent there. The locals that live there are the friendliest people around. They have the most beautiful waterfalls in the world. It’s nothing like if you have to go there to see it and feel the power of the water. If […]

Cedar Creek Falls Closed

Cedar Creek is currently closed….Sad really, beautiful falls. This was a tough hike but well worth the reward. ** A teenager died falling from one of the tiers** 0 CommentsOnly logged in users can post a comment (login at topright corner of your screen) Please login or sign up to comment

Mountaintop Waterfalls

I would like to know how enough water accumulates at the top of a mountaintop to cause a plunging waterfall. 5 CommentsOnly logged in users can post a comment (login at topright corner of your screen) Please login or sign up to comment

Translvania County, Brevard, NC continued

The Eastatoee is on private property and Craig Miller can give you a personal tour. The Twin Falls was formerly private property owned by Bud Hinkle which has just been bought by a Conservation Group. You now can go but you need a guide to get you back there. This waterfall is called Twin Falls […]

More Waterfalls from Brevard NC, Transylvania County

Again I’m still amazed that I get to be the first one ever to share these with you. I’m uploading the ten waterfalls I saw today. Craig Miller will give you a personal tour of privately owned waterfalls. One of the 276 in one single county. I’m so happy to recommend him… Please mention that […]

Why Not Jog Falls?

Jog Falls situated in southern part of India is certainly one of the beautiful and highest waterfalls. 2 CommentsOnly logged in users can post a comment (login at topright corner of your screen) Please login or sign up to comment

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… 4 CommentsOnly logged in users can post a comment (login at topright corner of your screen) Please login or sign up […]

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? 1 CommentOnly logged in users can post a comment (login at topright corner of your screen) Please login or sign up to comment

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 […]