Lower Tahquamenon Falls

Lower Tahquamenon Falls was the other of two major waterfalls featured along the Tahquamenon River in Tahquamenon Falls State Park. While the Upper Falls dazzled us with its size and classical…

Upper Tahquamenon Falls

The Upper Tahquamenon Falls (it rhymes with “phenomenon”) was easily the most impressive waterfall that we had seen for the entirety of our Great Lakes trip in 2015 that encompassed the Upper…

Christine Falls

Christine Falls is probably going to be the first waterfall you’ll encounter after passing through the Nisqually Entrance of Mt Rainier National Park. That’s because the road between Nisqually…

Narada Falls

Narada Falls was Julie’s favorite waterfall in Mt Rainier National Park. That was saying something considering that I could have argued in favor of Comet Falls or Spray Falls…

Myrtle Falls

Myrtle Falls gave us that rare opportunity to photograph a waterfall in front of Mt Rainier – Washington’s most iconic mountain. Apparently, it’s for this reason alone that makes this waterfall…

Comet Falls

Comet Falls could be arguably Mt Rainier National Park’s most beautiful waterfall (though I could easily see how Spray Falls or Narada Falls could challenge that assertion). It’s said to plunge at…

Van Trump Falls

Van Trump Falls is a waterfall that I’m giving special attention to because it can easily be confused with Comet Falls without any prior research. The waterfall you see pictured…