Great Falls in Paterson, NJ

The power of this water fall was used in the 1790s to make Paterson the first industrialized city in the US and it helped America gain economic independence from Britain. It looks cool too! 1 CommentOnly logged in users can post a comment (login at topright corner of your screen) Please login or sign up […]

Award for these falls?

Took a few years of searching through very rough country in Gippsland, Victoria but now have both top and bottom. Sworn to secrecy re location! 0 CommentsOnly logged in users can post a comment (login at topright corner of your screen) Please login or sign up to comment

Wollomombi Falls News Years Eve 2011

After visiting the Wollomombi Falls recently, I was looking at further NSW waterfall info and came across your great site. Really enjoyed your travels and thought this pic may be of interest. Like you, we are on a quest….to visit every National Park in the USA – its a long way from Australia! So far […]

Bridal Veil Falls has some hidden history

My Grandfather and in turn my father farmed land that backs onto the reserve that the Bridal Veil Falls is situated, the same farm that I was brought up on. My father related the following story to me when I was a just boy, some 40 years ago. In pre-European times, a Maori warrior from […]

BrazilMoto (Overlooked World’s Widest Waterfall)

My story or that of Iguaçu Falls? I’ll begin by stating how great your website is and how impressive is the effort to catalog the many waterfalls you have come to know. But I must criticize the “coverage” of the only one with which I am very familiar as a regular visitor, motorcycle tour operator […]

Walk to the top well worth the trip (Multnomah Falls)

I was in Portland for work and my boss suggested I go to the falls. I stopped in for a look and after seeing the falls from the bridge I decided to walk up the trail to the top. It says its about a mile to the top what it doesn’t say is it is […]

Falls viewed from the Malta Hochalmstrasse (Austria)

The Malta High Mountain Road (Malta Hochalmstrasse) is a toll road that winds its way up the valley to a height of almost 2000m until it reaches Austria’s tallest dam the Kolnbrein. I am including details of three of the falls we viewed from the road. The Malteiner Wasserspiele (water fountains) is a series of […]

Unbelievably amazing and will never forget! (Havasupai)

I went on this trip around 2003 or 2004, with my friend’s dad who’s been coming here 8 years in a row. Although the hike was pretty rigorous (those switchbacks were hell!), the views were absolutely breathtaking. Weather was hot, but the falls were just the right temperature. We hiked during the wee hours, about […]

Recommending Lamington National Park

A nice spot if you like bush walking but also gives you access to Morans Falls which is quite nice itself. It’s usually home to a nice rainbow in sunny weather and there is a beautiful view of the valleys on a lookout area of one side of it (can’t see the waterfall) and a […]

Kalambo on Christmas Eve

I visited Kalambo on Christmas Eve of 2010, it was rainy and foggy our entire trek up the mountain & the fog cleared shortly after we arrived. It was magnificent! 0 CommentsOnly logged in users can post a comment (login at topright corner of your screen) Please login or sign up to comment

Lower Hanapueo Falls should be your title

Your site references Hanapueo Falls, although there is one falls that is only seen from the World Botanical Gardens in a serene river trail that leads to this private and intimate smaller falls that is upper Hanapueo Falls. The falls shown on your site presently is lower Hanapueo Falls which is only viewable from the […]

King George Falls are Awesome!

I’m a cameraman for a fishing show and on a charter through the Kimberly we stopped over at King George Falls during the dry season. The boat ride up King George River from the coast was incredible! The red cliffs were like nothing I’ve ever seen before anywhere in Australia! We got our boat right […]

Bastian and Connostee Falls

These two falls are another set of falls in Transylvania County NC (home to 276 of them). They come together and empty into one pool of water. They recently have built a walk out so that you are standing over the Bastian Falls. You look over at the Connostee but due to development, they have […]

Truly a ‘Sacred’ Place

My first time hiking the trail to Sacred Falls was in 1994. The trail is through the rain forest of Oahu, or at least that’s what it felt like. Wild fruit trees, such as the Malay apple litter the trail. They hang down and will hit you in the head if you’re not paying attention. […]

Toketee Falls

I took these pictures of Toketee falls, on our trip to southern Oregon. My wife and I with our dog Heidi, visited this beautiful water fall in Douglas county Oregon, between Roseburg and Crater Lake. I have not traveled the world, but this one of the most beautiful waterfalls I have ever visited. Roger Weight […]

Further on the Eagle Creek Trail

Next time you are in Oregon and have a day to devote to Eagle Creek, I would highly recommend making the trek to Tunnel Falls. In the picture I enclosed, you can barely make out the tunnel that has been built behind the falls, to the left and the right of it. It is a […]

Been there, live here

I live in Niagara Falls, and head down for a peak two or three times a week. Try to go when the number of tourists is low like early morning. A couple of comments in regard to others that have commented. I too would like it if the Falls were in a more natural state. […]

Fallbach (Austria)

The Fallbach waterfall is situated in the beautiful Maltatal valley in Carinthia Southern Austria. Maltatal is known as the valley of the waterfalls and is particularly popular for ice-climbing on the frozen falls in the winter. The Fallbach plunges 200m in freefall over the mountain side. It is easily visible from the road where there […]

Beautiful Falls!! (Proxy Falls)

We have now lived in Oregon for about 18 monthes; and the waterfalls are my favorite. We tried to go through McKenzy Pass in July, and met with a road block on the Sisters side of the road. We were told that it was usually open for about 3 weeks in August. So be sure […]

Two spectacular falls (Salt Creek & Lower Diamond)

This is a spectacular fall but I found that diamond falls both the upper and lower views just as spectacular. Diamond falls is a bit of a hike in. I didn’t measure it but it felt like 2 miles. There were several nice view points on the walk in showing the surrounding hills. The book […]