Lower Umauma Falls

The best close-up of these Falls I could get.

Unknown Hana Highway Waterfall

Being in Maui some time ago I drove along the wonderful Hana Highway. I’m a waterfall lover and specially appreciated the large amount of them I found there. But there’s one, which picture is included, I couldn’t identify. It’s between Upper Waikani and Lower Wailuaiki ones and can be seen at the left side from […]

Dolgoch Falls (Wales UK)

The Dolgoch Falls are a series of three waterfalls near Tywyn in the South Western corner of the Snowdonia National Park in North Wales. There is a large (pay) car park in front of the Dolgoch Falls Hotel and from there it is about a one mile walk to see the falls. The path to […]

Ceunant Mawr (Wales UK)

The town of Llanberis in North Wales is the starting point for people wishing to journey to the summit of the country’s tallest mountain Snowdon (3560ft). You can either take a strenuous hike to the top or a ride on the rack and pinion steam railway opened in 1896. If you follow the road behind […]

The Best Waterfalls in Cape York, Australia

Hi guys, Fantastic website! You have got in a lot of waterfalls around where I live in north Queensland, Australia. The waterfalls of Atherton Tablelands bring back memories for me, and the Mt Hypipamee crater. But i do have something to add as apparently you didn’t venture into Cape York. There are three beautiful falls, […]

Seljalandsfoss in Winter

We took the trip to Iceland in December mostly to see the Northern Lights but were delighted to see so much more including the Seljalandsfoss. It’s a bit of a drive from Reykjavik but worth the trip. My daughter braved the spray and walked behind the water fall, an experience to remember.

Anchor Bay Water Fall

I was traveling down HWY 1 a while ago on my way back to Berkeley and was hoping to go see Alamere Falls on the last day of my drive back as i always wanted to see a water fall that is on the beach. It was predicted to be raining that day and i […]

Upper Salto Grande (Waterfall) Torres del Paine N.P. Chilean Patagonia

I spent a week camped out on the side of this river bank in the hope of getting a photograph. It was a tough place to get to and despite being a National Park I think its inaccessibility makes it quite a unique image. The falls are lovely as are the beautiful mountains in the […]

Salto Grande Torres del Paine Chilean Patagonia

I spent a week on the far and much harder to reach side of the bank. It was worth it, I got two shots.

This Place is HEAVEN!! (Peppermint Creek Falls)

Back in 1989 my best friend Glenn Premore who God rest his soul passed away in 1994 showed me and our friends of this wonderful place. Since then I have been coming up every year since then and brought new friends and my two dogs Rebel and Boomer for many years until this past year […]

A wet August day walk. (Lesmurdie Falls)

I read about the falls on this site after searching online for things to do in WA, my 15 year old was over from the UK and I wanted to show her the sights. I can recommend tackling the falls from the bottom as this was a pleasant walk (even though it rained on and […]

Swallow Falls (Wales UK)

Probably the most photographed waterfall in the Snowdonia National Park of North Wales, Swallow Falls has been a popular tourist spot for over a hundred years. The Afon Llugwy river has carved its way through the Gwydyr Forest and tumbles over the boulders in three tiers to create Swallow Falls or Rhaeadr Ewynnol as it […]

Martha Falls

For a long time Martha Falls really confused me. I had taken pictures from a pullout on the Stevens Canyon highway and from the wonderland trail. The two groups of pictures were definately not the same falls. I finally got returned to that pullout, walked along the shoulder for a ways (100 Yds.?) and got […]

Sgwd Gwladus (Wales UK)

Set in South Wales in the Brecon Beacons National Park and the Forest Fawr Geopark, the Vale of Neath has become known as Waterfall Country. There are many waterfalls in this relatively small area, and maps and information on visiting them can be obtained from the Waterfalls Visitor Centre in the village of Pontneddfechan. From […]

Athabasca Falls

One stop among many in my tour of the Canadian Rockies

A very long walk from the main highway. (Maunawili Falls)

I constantly see people hiking/walking into Maunawili from the main highway(Pali Highway). This is a really long walk before you even get close to the beginning of the trail. You should really Google map this before starting your adventure. There is a city bus that will get you most of the way in but it […]

Aber Falls (North Wales UK)

It is approximately a 3mile round walk to Aber Falls (Rhaeadr Fawr in Welsh). The path which leads up to the head of the Aber Valley is well maintained and not difficult. On the way there are panels and a small exhibition explaining the ecology and history of the valley which has been inhabited since […]

Pearl Waterfall in Jiuzhaigou National Park in Sichuan (China).

Pearl Waterfall is situated in the depths of the mountains in the border area of Nanping, Songpan and Pingwu counties in Aba Tibetan and Qiang Autonomous Prefecture of northwestern Sichuan, is a fairyland called Jiuzhaigou – Nine-Village Valley, which is the home of nine Tibetan villages. The valley is 50 kilometers in length. The place […]

Sacred Falls before the rockslide

Thanks to DavidBobby for this lovely photo of Sacred Falls before the 1999 Mother’s disaster. B. Davis

Moyie River Falls

Located near Cranbrook British Columbia, Canada. Moyie falls is one of several natural waterfalls that can be found within an hours drive of Cranbrook B.C..