Big Falls was an elusive 150-200ft plunging seasonal waterfall in the Mt Charleston area by Las Vegas, and it’s very close to the popular Mary Jane Falls.
Mary Jane Falls is a 200-300ft tall waterfall near some small caves reached by a 3-mile RT hike in the high altitude of Mt Charleston near Las Vegas, Nevada.
Little Falls is a 30-50ft waterfall near Cathedral Rock with a surprisingly reliable spring-fed flow making it an easy but popular spot in Mt Charleston.
‘Medium Falls’ is what I’m calling this tall and surprising waterfall sitting in between Little Falls and Big Falls in Kyle Canyon near Las Vegas, Nevada.
Sardine Falls (also Sardine Creek Falls) is a 75ft high elevation waterfall reached by a 2.5-mile RT hike with a creek crossing near Bridgeport, California.
Kings Canyon Falls is a 30ft waterfall in the driest state in the United States near Carson City reached after a brief hike with other falls further upstream.
Leavitt Falls is an attractive multi-tiered 200ft waterfall that is a roadside stop with a vista, convenient picnic tables, and even having cell service!