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 0 CommentsOnly logged in users can post a comment Please login or sign up to comment

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 0 CommentsOnly logged in users can post a comment Please login or sign up to comment

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.. 0 CommentsOnly logged in users can post a comment Please login or sign up to comment

Very impressive after a wet winter! (Waihi Falls)

We visited the falls with friends who live nearby. It was early October, after a very wet winter, so the flow was much higher than in your photographs. We couldn’t get very close because of the spray. We were amazed by the falls – I’m sure they would be much better known if they weren’t […]

Skogafoss in February, 2012

We visited Skogafoss in February this year, it’s next to a very interesting museum of houses – we waded through the snow to get to them all! 0 CommentsOnly logged in users can post a comment Please login or sign up to comment

Cameron Falls

One of many beautiful scenes on my tour of the Canadian Rockies. 0 CommentsOnly logged in users can post a comment Please login or sign up to comment

Urridafoss Iceland

This year we visited Iceland and were recommended to go and see Urridafoss (I noticed there is one with the same name in the north of Iceland) which is located on the Pjorsa estuary close to the where route 30 crosses route 1 between Sellfoss and Hella. This waterfall was in sight of Hekla and […]

Sgwd Henryd (Wales UK)

The film buffs amongst you might recognise this fall Sgwd Henryd as it was used as a location in the latest Batman film The Dark Knight Rises. At over 90ft this is the highest fall in South Wales and the really nice thing is that you can go behind it. To ensure a good torrent […]

Pistyll Rhaeadr (Wales UK)

At 240ft Pistyll Rhaeadr is one of the taller Welsh waterfalls. It is situated in the Berwyn Mountains of mid Wales not many miles in from the English border. To access the falls from the village of Llanrhaeadr-ym-Mochnant follow the sign for the fall up a single track lane for about 4 miles. There is […]

Denzel Waterfall, Pantar Island, Nusa Tenggara Timur, Indonesia

Just have a look at this waterfall: Denzel Waterfall on Pantar Island, NTT, Indonesia; 10 – 12 m high; sulphurous, cool, pristine water from nearby Mt. Sirung volcano; deep pool (5 m?) 1 CommentOnly logged in users can post a comment Please login or sign up to comment

Guaira Falls

What about Guaira Falls? Have you been there before it was flooded? Is it true that they there the worlds biggest waterfall? 0 CommentsOnly logged in users can post a comment Please login or sign up to comment

Cirque du fer á Cheval (Haute Savoie France) Part 2

At one end of the Cirque du fer á Cheval in the shadow of the Tenneverge Peak (2985 m) is a jagged outcrop known because of its shape as the Corne du Chamois (Horns of the Chamois). There are two waterfalls here that are worth mentioning. The Cascade de la Pierrette also called the Fontaine […]

Cirque du Fer à Cheval (Haute Savoie France) Part 1

The Cirque du Fer à Cheval is a huge limestone amphitheatre 4 to 5 km in width, with cliffs of 500 to 700 m in height. It is the largest alpine mountain cirque and twin of the Pyrenean Gavarnie. During the spring more than thirty waterfalls can be seen eleven of which flow all year. […]

Cascades de Déchargeux and Saubaudy (Haute Savoie France)

These two falls lie across the valley from the village of Salvagny. They are separated by only a few hundred feet. The Cascade de Déchargeux tumbles down over the bare rocks and is very visible from the road. The Cascade de Saubaudy has cut itself a deep gorge and its first fall drops at a […]

Anna Ruby Falls Cleveland, GA USA

July 26, 2012, we took another hike to Anna Ruby Falls. With a heart condition, I felt a little reluctant to try it. But it’s only four-tenths of a mile. There are several fairly steep inclines on the trail, but I did fine and made it to the top. Such a rewarding experience. We made […]