Cascade d’Arpenaz is a well-situated 270m plunging waterfall surrounded by the high peaks of the French Alps easily seen in an open valley near Mt Blanc, France
Cascade de Berard was the lone waterfall on our France trip where we didn’t get to see it properly after hiking to it due to trail closures alongside its drop.
Cascade d’Angon is a 35m waterfall fronted by a smaller waterfall forming an arch through which its cliff-hugging trail passes behind near Annecy, France.
Cascade de Seythenex is a 45m waterfall by a cave causing the venue to also be called Le Grotte et Cascade de Seythenex) in the French Alps near Lake Annecy.
Cascade de Glandieu is a colorful 60m rivuluted waterfall easily seen by the road in the rural village of Glandieu in the Rhone Alpes of Eastern France.
Cascade de Salins is a 30m waterfall in Cantal, France. It stands out because it fronts historical-looking arched bridges while allowing us to go behind it.
La Grande Cascade du Mont Dore is a 30m waterfall above Mt Dore in Central France, where a hike past its brink yielded panoramic views towards Puy de Sancy.
Cascade du Ray-Pic is a 60m pair of waterfalls flowing over prominent and contorted basalt columns reached by an easy walk to a lookout in Ardeche, France.