High Falls in Rochester (New York)

Located in downtown Rochester, New York, this waterfall is cool with a great back drop of the city and at the right time of the day you can capture a rainbow on camera. 0 CommentsOnly logged in users can post a comment Please login or sign up to comment

Middle Falls of the Genessee River (New York)

Located in Letchworth State Park, the Upper and Middle Falls are worth visiting. Such a beautiful river flowing through an enormous gorge. 0 CommentsOnly logged in users can post a comment Please login or sign up to comment

Hemmed-In Hollow Falls (Arkansas)

A very long hike and semi-difficult and almost 6 miles round trip. Plan 3-5 hours for this hike and take plenty of water and some snacks. Over 1200 feet elevation change from parking lot to waterfall. Can be very slippery natural rock stairs. I feel 3 times and have scars to prove it. 0 CommentsOnly […]

Passaic Falls/Paterson Great Falls (New Jersey)

Very cool waterfalls in the Paterson park. 0 CommentsOnly logged in users can post a comment Please login or sign up to comment

Dingmans Falls (Pennsylvania)

One of the coolest waterfalls in Pennsylvania, but you might with to visit Bushkill Falls also. There is a fee to Bushkill Falls, but it’s worth it. There are at least 8 waterfalls on the Bushkill Falls property. 0 CommentsOnly logged in users can post a comment Please login or sign up to comment

Lower Falls Of Yellowstone (Wyoming)

Located in Yellowstone National Park, this is an amazing view of the Canyon inside the park. 0 CommentsOnly logged in users can post a comment Please login or sign up to comment

Spray Falls (Michigan)

This amazing waterfall falls into Lake Superior at the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore in upper peninsula Michigan. It’s quite the hike, so allow for plenty of time. 0 CommentsOnly logged in users can post a comment Please login or sign up to comment

Great Falls (Virginia/Maryland)

This really beautiful set of falls on the Potomac River separate the states of Virginia and Maryland. There is a fee to visit the park, but it’s worth it if you love great waterfalls. 1 CommentOnly logged in users can post a comment Please login or sign up to comment

Niagara Falls (New York)

I know, everyone goes here, but I had never went and loved taking the Maid Of The Mist boat tour to get up close (and wet) views of the American Falls, Bridal Veil Falls and Horseshoe Falls (aka Canadian Falls). Got soaked when up close to the Horseshoe Falls (poncho was given out on the […]

Shoshone Falls (Idaho)

One of my favorite falls! If you are ever near Idaho, you gotta go see this one. Also visit the falls in Twin Falls, Idaho. 0 CommentsOnly logged in users can post a comment Please login or sign up to comment

Ruby Falls (Tennessee)

A waterfall inside a cave in Chattanooga, Tennessee. There is a fee to take a tour of this waterfall/cave. An elevator takes you like 10 stories down below and a lighted tour takes you to the underground waterfall. Worth the money if you are in the area. 0 CommentsOnly logged in users can post a […]

50 ft Tall two-Level Waterfall in CT, USA

In Campbell Falls State park in CT, USA, the waterfall is almost 50ft tall, two levels and the hiking to the fall from parking lot is less than 1 mile one way. When coming close to the fall (you will hear the roaring sound), the fall is very steep. Extra caution is needed for kids […]

Black Swift Falls

I have a few photos of Black Swift Falls, taken Feb 24, 2017. We were staying at Ragged Point Inn, and Highway 1 was closed north of there. I discovered the falls just by walking around. That was a wet winter, so the falls were flowing real well. 1 CommentOnly logged in users can post […]

South River Falls in Shenandoah

This waterfall was amazing but difficult to reach. The hike to / from the overlook from the parking lot (plenty of parking in the area) was moderate based on the incline during the return, but getting to the base proved extra challenging. About a tenth of a mile prior to the overlook (west of it), […]

Helmcken Falls

This massive waterfall is one of my favorites in British Columbia. During the winter, an ice cone forms at the bottom, which makes for a spectacular scene. I’m always surprised by how powerful this waterfall is, and the gorge in the area is stunning. There isn’t really much of a hike here. Just a few […]

Summer Falls

Washington (state)’s artificial waterfall. And that requires some explanation. Obviously the water is real, and it’s certainly falling! And it’s occupying a natural watercourse. The stream now in that watercourse, however, is not natural. It’s the distributary stream, the so-called Main Canal, for Banks Lake, the reservoir for the Columbia Basin (Irrigation) Project. Banks Lake […]

Falls Creek Falls

An unusual waterfall in the Santa Rosa Range, within the Great Basin of Nevada. The Santa Rosas, in the far northern part of the state next to southeastern Oregon, are another of those little-known Nevada ranges with peaks near 10,000 feet and perennial streams. Most of the southern part of the range is included in […]

Margaret Falls

Located near Salmon Arm. Margaret Falls is quite impressive and it’s well worth the detour off of the highway. The gorge in the area is stunning and the trail is easy. 0 CommentsOnly logged in users can post a comment Please login or sign up to comment

Natural Bridge, 1967 (with a footbridge!)

Some more ancient history that may be of interest. When we were at Natural Bridge Falls in 1967, as part of a family trip, there was an observation footbridge over the falls proper! Obviously, from your photos, it’s no longer there. I don’t know when or why it was removed. Maybe it was decided it […]

Yosemite Falls from unusual perspectives

I know you have lots of Yosemite Falls pix, so I realize more may be superfluous! I thought these might be unusual enough to have some interest, though. (1) Yosemite Falls completely dry in October, 2001. I’m told there is a big wall climb that can only be done when the falls are dry. (2) […]