Riesachfall (Austria)

The 140m Riesachfall is located near the ski resort of Schladming and is on the Wild Waters hiking trail. The fall is in two sections the lower fall is only a ten minute walk from the car park which is located at the end of a toll road. You can then hike up a steep […]

Curtis Falls and Witches Falls

Hi guys, I’m 13 and I love waterfalls, so I couldn’t believe it when I found this site! Recently I was away on holiday in Queensland and visited quite a few waterfalls in the Gold Coast Hinterland. A couple of the easier waterfalls to visit were Curtis Falls and Witches Falls on Mt Tamborine, both […]

angeles falls

last year i visit it with my friends in a tour as us west coast tours. it is very beautiful to see. we enjoy there a lot and take some pictures also. It is more than 19 times higher than Niagara Falls.

Hengifoss

An amazing place to visit. Easy walk to the waterfall with stunning views of the lake and mountains you as you walk off – you will not be disappointed

Eden Creek Falls

I have just stumbled across this site and as an avid waterfall watcher found it interesting. Now here is one that is hard to find and hard to get to but worth the effort. Eden Creek Falls in the Toonumbar National Park in Northern NSW. National Parks no longer maintain the track down to Eden […]

Rancho La Costa Three With No Crowds

I believe I was 14 years old when I found these falls. I was living in Rancho La Costa in Carlsbad San Diego. I was just out adventuring because I was almost out of cigs. That’s what I normally did when running low on cigs. Some adventure that could last for two hours or two […]

Thompson falls view point charges

Hi all, I grew up 10 kilometers or so from the falls and every time our parents took us to Nyahururu town, we went to see the falls. In December 2013, I went home and was anxious to go see the falls again. I got to the view point only to find that the local […]

Sgwd Clun Gwyn (Wales UK)

Located in the Brecon Beacons National Park in South Wales the waterfall Sgwd Clun Gwyn (Fall of the White Meadow) can be found on the challenging 5.5mile Four Falls Trail. The River Mellte crashes about 40ft over two ledges. At times of high water this fall can extened all the way across the ledge and […]

Liffey Falls

Liffey Falls are found near the head of the River , upstream of the town of Liffey in Tasmania , Australia . It is believed that Tasmanian Aborigines used Liffey Falls as a meeting place . It has been reported that a significant massacre by European colonists , of up to 60 of the Pallittore […]

Amazingly beautiful, best in evening sun (Seljalandsfoss)

Seljalandfoss is amazingly beautiful and best in evening sun, a little before sunset: The day tours already left for the drive back home, so you’re more or less alone. The setting sun dips the falling water spray, the cliffs and the grass into golden light. Not to mention the rainbow effects when you’re going behind […]

Lower Panther Falls

There are two impressive waterfalls on the Panther River at that location! I do believe the falls you describe are 600 feet high. The lower falls are almost beneath the green bridge at the bottom of the wide curve in the road (the Big Bend) south. There is no sign or parking for these falls […]

Guide Falls

Guide Falls is a small, amphitheatre – style waterfall, with a small tier at the top and then the largest falls drops into the naturally formed amphitheatre with steep cliffs surrounding, with continuing cascades located further down the Guide River. A deep hole directly below the falls provides for a great swimming hole in summer. […]

Favorite childhood spot 40 years ago (Lower Calf Creek Falls)

My family often went camping in southern Utah when I was a kid in the ’70s. At that time, few people knew about Lower Calf Creek Falls. We backpacked the short distance in, set up small tents, and stayed overnight, falling asleep to the sound of the water. It was a favorite childhood memory, and […]

Nice waterfalls (Hengifoss)

I liked both waterfalls. They’re quite different but both pretty and special: One is surrounded by very even basalt columns and the other is showing the red & black stone layers as clearly it’s possible. The hike on the south-west side of the water is nice, in the upper part at times a little bit […]

Impressive due to its height (Gocta)

From a distance, Gocta waterfall seemed, well, pretty but quite average. During the nice hike in comfortable warm temperature, the waterfall grew bigger and bigger. At a certain point I’ve been impressed due to its height (look at the photos and compare one of the tall trees to the waterfall). Later, I could not see […]

Schiessentumpel Luxembourg

Luxembourg is a very small but picturesque country much like its only waterfall the Schiessentumpel. Situated in the Mullerthal region close to the border with Germany the landscape comprises of wooded hills and valleys with strange sandstone rock formations. The Schiessentumpel is very easy to access and the whole area is popular with walkers and […]

Whitewater Please remember to pay for parking!

Please pull up and get your parking envelope put the money in and park, then deposit the envelope on the way up to the falls. This allows us access to this magnificent falls without a full time Forest Ranger. Bring a lunch, it has picnic tables and I often see hummingbirds, chipmunks, Tennessee warblers and […]

Proxy Falls

Proxy Falls is located in Central Oregon on the old McKenzie highway near the town of McKenzie Bridge, Oregon. This photography was taken in October 2013 before the seasonal rains began.

Roger’s Pictures of Watson Falls

We visited Watson Falls in the early summer of 2009. Watson falls is found on Watson Creek in the North Umpqua River drainage, in southern Oregon. Its Height is 302 feet and it is 20 feet wide. The falls hurtle over a cathedral amphitheater shaped wall of basalt, as you see in the pictures. It […]

Coo Waterfall (Belgium)

Waterfalls are not something that spring to mind when you think of Belgium, but there are several in the south-eastern province of the Ardennes. This hilly forested region was the scene of bitter fighting during the Battle of the Bulge at the end of World War Two and the area around Coo was no exception. […]