Waterfall Fishing- Exploring the Wonders of Fishing Near Waterfalls

Waterfall fishing is an exciting and adventurous way to catch fish in the wild. Anglers venture to beautiful waterfalls, casting their lines into the clear, rushing waters to hook various fish species like rainbow trout, brook trout, brown trout, Smallmouth Bass, and Walleye. This method requires skill and a love for nature as you navigate […]

falls on tributary to Uncompahgre River at Ouray’s Box Canyon Falls & Park

On entering Ouray’s Box Canyon Falls & Park by way of Box Canyon Road on the south end and above most of the town of Ouray, Colorado you will cross a bridge over a narrow and deep canyon. If you look upstream the canyon from the bridge you may see this waterfall on a small […]

Goldmine Falls

Goldmine Falls is a series of cascades in the eastern Sierras southwest of Bishop, California. It is better viewed during the spring snowmelt. The narrow steep canyon through which it falls can obscure the view of it and also it is better viewed from a distance on the roadway rather than trying to find a […]

Illilouette Fall

Illilouette Fall can be viewed from the Mist Trail in Yosemite National Park, California. Starting from the valley floor on the Mist Trail, you can view Vernal Fall, Illilouette Fall, and Nevada Fall, in that order, with Vernal and Nevada on the Merced River. A route bringing you closer to Illilouette Fall is via Panorama […]

Mystic Falls

Mystic Falls on Lake Fork San Miguel RIver is shown here at a viewpoint not immediately obvious from the highway. This viewpoint is at an overlook of the Ilium Valley north of the falls and the valley at Ames. The lake of the Lake Fork San Miguel River is upstream at Trout Lake also known […]

falls on a tributary to Lime Creek

These falls on a tributary to Lime Creek are best viewed during the spring snowmelt, as they are very short lived. Two weeks may be the window of opportunity to see them, but you will also have an opportunity to view Adrenaline Falls on Lime Creek if you were to hike down to them from […]

Cataract Creek Falls

Cataract Creek Falls is one of those rare waterfalls which their reflections can be seen on a body of water, in the case of Cataract Creek Falls this would be Lower Cataract Lake. There is a public campground east of the lake. A loop trail takes you around the lake and to the base of […]

Deep Creek Falls

You won’t miss seeing Deep Creek Falls from the highway which passes it parallel the creek on the north side of the canyon if you’re coming from Adel which is to the east. You’ll be going upstream alongside the creek and travelling in the other direction you might have missed the falls. There is or […]

Lower Latourell Falls

Lower Latourell Fall in the Columbia River Gorge is one of the taller and narrower of the many falls in the gorge which are within the Oregon side of the gorge, the south side. There are the lower falls, shown in this write up on them, and an upper falls not included in this review. […]

Grand Falls

Grand Falls, also known as the chocolate or muddy Niagara, are maybe the largest waterfall in Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, or the whole Colorado River Basin. But that’s only when they’re flowing at around their peak, which is in February or March, from the snowmelt which feeds the Little Colorado RIver at its source in […]

waterfall below Ice Lake

The hike to Ice Lake is with a steep gain in elevation. I’ve included a photo of the lake, as the hike to these falls is most of the distance from the trailhead to the lake. The falls which you pass on the hiking trail are situated between Lower Ice Lake Basin and the Upper […]

Lower South Clear Creek Falls

There are four waterfalls in the same area you will want to visit if you’re going to visit one of them. The easiest of these to access is North Clear Creek Falls as it has a large parking area just a short distance from the main highway which runs between Creede and Lake City. The […]

Moore Creek Falls

This waterfall is found in the city of Kitimat, a town now mostly known for its liquified natural gas developments. The property of the trail that provides access to the falls is owned by Rio Tinto, an aluminum company. They have kept access to the falls open (as of our last visit, which was around […]

Bear Creek Canyon Falls

Bear Creek Canyon Falls can be viewed from state highway 35 north of Mimbres a short distance before the turnoff to Bear Creek Canyon Reservoir. Bear Creek flows into the Mimbres River closeby. There are orchards in the Mimbres River valley near the falls. Bear Creek at the falls may be dry depending on what […]

Cascade Falls

Cascade Falls on Tamarack Creek may be the first waterfall you’ll see at Yosemite coming from the Big Oak Flat entrance from Groveland. 0 CommentsOnly logged in users can post a comment (login at topright corner of your screen) Please login or sign up to comment

Salt Creek Falls

Salt Creek Falls has a single drop height second only to Multnomah Falls in Oregon. For some better views of the falls among old growth forest, with columbine and mosses, hike about halfway down the trail that starts north of the top viewing area. Continue on this trail to the base of the falls, with […]

South Falls

South Falls at Silver Falls State Park is among many others, some which you can walk behind, like this one. 0 CommentsOnly logged in users can post a comment (login at topright corner of your screen) Please login or sign up to comment

Yosemite Falls

Yosemite Falls in Yosemite National Park is the park’s tallest waterfall, over 2,400′ feet, with the Upper and Lower Falls shown in these views. 0 CommentsOnly logged in users can post a comment (login at topright corner of your screen) Please login or sign up to comment

Fall Creek Falls

Fall Creek Falls is reached by the Fourmile Falls trail. At one point on the trail both falls can be seen. Fourmile Falls is to your left and Fall Creek Falls to your right further up the trail. The trail leads to above Fourmile Falls and beyond. Try hiking the trail by July or late […]

Emerald Pools Falls

Emerald Pools Falls are reached by a trail from Zion Canyon Lodge or the shuttle stop. The falls cascade ordinarily at two points over an alcove in the sandstone which also overhangs the trail. These are the Lower Emerald Pools Falls. The trail proceeds behind the waterfalls and on up to the top of the […]