Havasu Falls

The moment I had my first glimpse of Havasu Falls, I knew it was somewhere I needed to go. After months of planning, we loaded up our backpacks and made the journey. The trip was worth every single step along the way.

The Stoners (Fish Canyon Falls)

Hey Hikers, Most of the Stoners from Cerritos, CA. used to hike up there back in the late ’70s & early ’80s to party. This was before the Factory came along & messed up the beginning of the Canyon. Back then we used to call it Marijuana Falls because there were stories that it used […]

Nassfeld Waterfall (Austria)

The Nassfeld Waterfall is high in the mountains of the Hohe Tauern National Park in Austria. Although at an alltitude of 2528m above sea level it is easily accessible as it sits beside the Grssglockner High Alpine Road. This spectacular toll road which is one of the highest in Europe is 48km long and has […]

Wolf River Falls

This is located about an hour 1/2 outside of thunder bay in Dorian

White Oak Canyon Falls Hike

Below, I have listed my original story hiking to White Oak Canyon Falls. I was able to capture the upper and lower falls. All photos were taken by me. Enjoy the read! The views were breath-taking, the air was crisp and clean, the sounds of the birds chirping and the wind blowing was calming and […]

Millaa Millaa Falls

Millaa Millaa Falls is on the Atherton Tablelands west of Cairns. It is a plunge waterfall with a single 18m drop. It falls into a big pond which is ideal for swimming and then flows into a creek. It is easy to either walk or swim so that you are behind the waterfall. The falls […]

Northern Arkansas, Buffalo River Area Waterfalls

As a prior resident of Arkansas, I’ve had the opportunity to visit quite a few waterfalls from Tim Ernst’s Arkansas Waterfalls book. This is definitely an area worth visiting, especially the beautiful blue water of the Buffalo River, which was a very unexpected beauty. I’ve attached a few images of some other waterfalls in this […]

What is the average speed of a waterfall?

What is the average speed of a waterfall?

UK Visa Not Required

we visited Igassu falls last year we were in awe of the natural beauty and splendor of both sides it was spectacular and we would not have missed the experience it is also worthwhile noting that for UK a visa is not required for ether brazil or argentina so I would wholy recommend a visit

“Someday Falls”

This li’l gem is tucked away ina tributary of the San Gabriel River, that comes in on tha L side ifyur comin upstream, R ifyur comin down, approx 1mi downstream from B2N. Not givin the xact coordinates. Ifu can’t findit w/that “hint”, it’s prolly NOT tha waterfall 4u! :p Notta “rager” by any stretch, but […]

Pelverata and Snug Falls

A couple of pictures from Snug and Pelverata Falls in Tasmania after some good rain. Both falls were spectacular, especially Pelverata. I have visited both of these falls many times, but never with this much water flowing.

Wainui Falls

Wainui Falls, Golden Bay, Tasman are a absolute gem with clear water and loads of swimming holes along the river to refresh!

Ardvreck

The waterfall at Ardvreck isn’t seasonal it’s one of those that doesn’t seem to very much in flow whatever the weather. The flow out seems to bear no relation to the flow in, on that one. Just below it on the grass is the remains of a millstone – though there’s no record of a […]

Taor springs and waterfalls, Serbia

What do you think about my long exposure time lapse video about Taor springs in Serbia?

Walcher Waterfall (Austria)

The beautiful Walcher waterfall for some reason does not receive a lot of publicity and yet it is one of the tallest in Austria. The Walcherbach stream cascades down the mountain in five main falls for about 520 meters. It is situated near the village of Ferleiten near the toll booths to the Grossglockner High […]

El Aguacero (Chiapas, Mexico)

This is my favourite waterfall to play around and have fun! It’s located at about 1hr drive to the west of Tuxtla Gutiérrez in Chiapas, Mexico. From the car park, you first need to climb down stairs (700+ steps) to the bottom of the canyon and to the river (La Venta). The water was rather […]

aurora teagarden a bone to pick

There’s a scene near the beginning of the Hallmark movie “A Bone to Pick”. It shows a street with a waterfall in the background. Does anyone know where it is? I’ve attached a screen shot. Thanks

Etiwanda Falls Should Be a Solid 2 On the Ratings Scale

My wife and I visited Etiwanda Falls on the first day of spring and we were pleasantly surprised by the beauty of the canyon (once you get up into it). We braved the descent to the (almost) bottom of the falls (she’s a trooper). It is a strenuous scramble, but from here you get a […]

Tugela is tallest

Hi, I am convinced that Tugela Falls is taller than Angel. Not as a single drop, but counting its five tiers which are very close to one another. Everyone I have spoken to who has seen both says Tugela looks taller to the naked eye, and evidence agrees with this assessment. With the Angel Falls […]