Cool waterfall indeed

Thanks to your website we explored this waterfall today. It is the beginning of July and because this past winter we had a lot of snow here on Mount Charleston area, all the waterfalls are still flowing! I would also like to mention that there is another waterfall just on the right of the Medium […]

Bailey Canyon is flowing nicely right now (4-30-23)!

Decided to invest a little time today on the off chance that BCF was flowing. As soon as we started on trail, we knew we were in luck, as the stream below the fall was flowing well. Sure enough, we got there and Bailey Canyon Falls was in business, despite no rain over the past […]

Moore Creek Falls

This waterfall is found in the city of Kitimat, a town now mostly known for its liquified natural gas developments. The property of the trail that provides access to the falls is owned by Rio Tinto, an aluminum company. They have kept access to the falls open (as of our last visit, which was around […]

Bear Creek Canyon Falls

Bear Creek Canyon Falls can be viewed from state highway 35 north of Mimbres a short distance before the turnoff to Bear Creek Canyon Reservoir. Bear Creek flows into the Mimbres River closeby. There are orchards in the Mimbres River valley near the falls. Bear Creek at the falls may be dry depending on what […]

Cascade Falls

Cascade Falls on Tamarack Creek may be the first waterfall you’ll see at Yosemite coming from the Big Oak Flat entrance from Groveland. 0 CommentsOnly logged in users can post a comment (login at topright corner of your screen) Please login or sign up to comment

Salt Creek Falls

Salt Creek Falls has a single drop height second only to Multnomah Falls in Oregon. For some better views of the falls among old growth forest, with columbine and mosses, hike about halfway down the trail that starts north of the top viewing area. Continue on this trail to the base of the falls, with […]

South Falls

South Falls at Silver Falls State Park is among many others, some which you can walk behind, like this one. 0 CommentsOnly logged in users can post a comment (login at topright corner of your screen) Please login or sign up to comment

Yosemite Falls

Yosemite Falls in Yosemite National Park is the park’s tallest waterfall, over 2,400′ feet, with the Upper and Lower Falls shown in these views. 0 CommentsOnly logged in users can post a comment (login at topright corner of your screen) Please login or sign up to comment

Fall Creek Falls

Fall Creek Falls is reached by the Fourmile Falls trail. At one point on the trail both falls can be seen. Fourmile Falls is to your left and Fall Creek Falls to your right further up the trail. The trail leads to above Fourmile Falls and beyond. Try hiking the trail by July or late […]

Emerald Pools Falls

Emerald Pools Falls are reached by a trail from Zion Canyon Lodge or the shuttle stop. The falls cascade ordinarily at two points over an alcove in the sandstone which also overhangs the trail. These are the Lower Emerald Pools Falls. The trail proceeds behind the waterfalls and on up to the top of the […]

Middle North Falls

Middle North Falls at Silver Falls State Park is one of those in the park where the trail proceeds behind the falls. It appears that this was made possible because the rock cliff had been carved out for the trail, while some of the other falls which you can walk behind appear to have been […]

Twin Falls

Twin Falls at Mammoth Lakes has unique viewing points across the three lakes below the falls, with a hiking trail to the base of the falls from the southern most and upper most of these lakes. With a view from the middle of these lakes, you can see Crystal Crag in the distance above the […]

Wildcat Falls

Wildcat Falls can be seen on your east entrance to the valley of Yosemite. You might not notice them as there was no marker or pulloff for parking at the time. 0 CommentsOnly logged in users can post a comment (login at topright corner of your screen) Please login or sign up to comment

Rainbow Falls

Rainbow Falls in Devils Postpile National Monument is on the Middle San Joaquin RIver. It is reached by hiking trail towards the south end of the national monument. 0 CommentsOnly logged in users can post a comment (login at topright corner of your screen) Please login or sign up to comment

ephemeral falls at Window Rock

These falls were at Window Rock veterans memorial park during a heavy rainstorm. They are ephemeral in that they are temporary, in this case very short lived. You can also see the large natural sandstone arch at this location. If you stand just in the right location on the circular walkway through the park and […]

Bridalveil Fall

Bridalveil Fall in Yosemite Valley may be the most well known waterfall of Yosemite National Park. Although hiking to the base of the falls may be an option you’ll want to take, there are so many exceptional views of this fall from long distance, even several miles, there’s none more memorable on first appearance to […]

Vernal Fall

Vernal Fall in Yosemite National Park is reached by the Mist Trail from the valley of the park. 0 CommentsOnly logged in users can post a comment (login at topright corner of your screen) Please login or sign up to comment

North Fork Virgin River waterfall at Court of the Patriarchs

This waterfall is on the North Fork of the Virgin River in Zion National Park at Court of the Patriarchs. There is a footbridge crossing the river in view north of the waterfall. The waterfall is also at the location where Birch Creek has its confluence with the North Fork Virgin River. The backdrop of […]

Bridal Veil Falls

Bridal Veil Falls is located in Provo Canyon east of Provo, Utah. The falls are among others in the canyon, so take the walk through the park and see them all if that’s what you’re intending to do. 0 CommentsOnly logged in users can post a comment (login at topright corner of your screen) Please […]

Double Falls

Double Falls at Silver Falls State Park is viewable from the loop trail through the park which is known as the Trail of Ten Falls. 0 CommentsOnly logged in users can post a comment (login at topright corner of your screen) Please login or sign up to comment