Lower Yosemite Falls

Lower Yosemite Falls hiked to the rock pile at its base has the view of the valley as well. 1 CommentOnly logged in users can post a comment (login at topright corner of your screen) Please login or sign up to comment

Middle Falls South Fork Mineral Creek

These pair of falls are between the Lower Falls South Fork Mineral Creek and the Upper Falls South Fork Mineral Creek. The trail to the Lower Falls continues on up to these falls which are smaller in size than the Lower Falls. 0 CommentsOnly logged in users can post a comment (login at topright corner […]

North Clear Creek Falls

There are four prominent waterfalls each within a few miles driving distance and requiring short hikes to reach them, this one of those, North Clear Creek Falls, the better known falls of the group and closest to the highway when I visited, is located between Creede and Lake City, with a large parking area and […]

Bridal Veil Falls

These views of Bridal Veil Falls are from the Idarado Legacy subdivision west of the Pandora mill site and east of Telluride. 0 CommentsOnly logged in users can post a comment (login at topright corner of your screen) Please login or sign up to comment

Lee Vining Creek Falls

Lee Vining Creek Falls are a short drive below Ellery Lake Falls on the TIoga Pass Canyon Road. The falls can be viewed at a pull off. There is no hiking trail to the falls when I visited the area several years ago. 0 CommentsOnly logged in users can post a comment (login at topright […]

Cascade Falls

Cascade Falls in Ouray is viewable from most of the town. There is also Box Canyon Falls with a catwalk and deep narrow chasm in Ouray on the other side of town (south). A good view of the falls rather than hiking to its base could be your first view of the falls as you’re […]

Mill Creek Falls

Mill Creek Falls at Prospect State Scenic Viewpoint is within a quarter mile of Barr Creek Falls. 0 CommentsOnly logged in users can post a comment (login at topright corner of your screen) Please login or sign up to comment

McWay Falls

McWay Falls at Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park is my favorite waterfall of California. 0 CommentsOnly logged in users can post a comment (login at topright corner of your screen) Please login or sign up to comment

Treasure Falls

Treasure Falls can be viewed from the parking area on the highway to Wolf Creek Pass from Pagosa Springs. A hike to the falls is rewarded with switchbacks, a footbridge at the base of the falls, and views to the west. There is also a high view of the falls from a distance and several […]

Steelhead Falls

Steelhead Falls is on the Deschutes River. The falls make a big horseshoe with a large pool below the falls. 1 CommentOnly logged in users can post a comment (login at topright corner of your screen) Please login or sign up to comment

falls at Pandora

This little waterfall can be seen from the roadway between Telluride and Pandora. It is on private property. Bridal Veil Falls, the tallest waterfall in the state, and Ingram Falls, can also be viewed from this location. Ingram Falls can also be seen from Telluride. Cornet Creek Falls is also in the area north of […]

ephemeral falls north of Ft. Defiance

This waterfall was seen looking east from the highway north of Ft. Defiance during a rainstorm with the roadway temporarily closed for a few minutes as the arroyo was flooding. The location is on tribal land of the Dine. That area covers more than the size of the State of Pennsylvania; the waterfall was seen […]

Lone Pine Creek Falls

Lone Pine Creek Falls is at the trailhead to Mt. Whitney west of the town of Lone Pine. 1 CommentOnly logged in users can post a comment (login at topright corner of your screen) Please login or sign up to comment

Cornet Creek Falls

Cornet Creek Falls is a short hike from the north side of town of Telluride. The falls also can be viewed from the gondola ride to Mountain Village. 1 CommentOnly logged in users can post a comment (login at topright corner of your screen) Please login or sign up to comment

Billy Chinook Falls

Billy Chinook Falls can be viewed a short drive from the campground above Billy Chinook Reservoir on the roadway west to the reservoir. 0 CommentsOnly logged in users can post a comment (login at topright corner of your screen) Please login or sign up to comment

Tumalo Falls

Tumalo Falls is about a thirteen mile drive west of Bend. There is a parking area close by the trailhead and viewing area. Take a short hike to the base of the falls or the other trail beginning at the viewing area to the top of the falls. When the water flow is great enough, […]

Baileys Chute

The Clearwater River features many wide waterfalls, and Baileys Chute is probably the most accessible out of all of them. It is around 30 feet high, so the drop itself isn’t too impressive. However, the Clearwater River is a major river and so any waterfall along its journey towards the Fraser River will be quite […]

Numa Falls

Numa Falls, located in Kootenay National Park, is a small waterfall with little height; luckily the Kootenay River is a powerful watercourse with a beautiful aquamarine colour so it has scenic appeal. The gorge it has carved is also pretty intriguing. The walk to the falls is negligible; this is practically a roadside waterfall. You […]

Marble Canyon Falls

The Canadian Rocky Mountains are known for their slot canyons, and we had visited Johnston Canyon and Maligne Canyon on past trips to the Rockies. However, on our 2022 trip, we were really impressed by what Marble Canyon of Kootenay National Park had to offer. The trail is far less busy, and features a lot […]

Englishman River Falls

This waterfall is one of the more peculiar falls to be found in British Columbia. Englishman River Falls plunges in segments into a very narrow gorge. It is pretty difficult to gauge the height of the falls due to the positioning of the waterfall, but it’s definitely fairly tall. This falls is found in Englishman […]