My last name is derived from this area of Norway. Foshaug – Fos meaning waterfall and haug meaning hill. My Great-great-great grandfather moved from southern Norway to the Malselv valley in the early 1800’s and built a homestead on the hill northwest of the [Malselv waterfall] – hence the name derivation. I traveled to this […]
I went here in 2005. The views from both sides are breathtaking. Zambia has close ups and rainbows and you get soaked! Make sure you cover your camera with a plastic bag.!! Zimbabwe has great views of the falls in general. On the way there you go over a great bridge, here there is a […]
My boyfriend was hiking with several of his friends in November 1975. The water at that time was deep and the waterfall was flowing. He went to jump over the falls and lost his footing on the moss and went down the falls facing outward. He landed face down in the water and broke both […]
I visited Zimbabwe prior to recent troubles, staying at the Elephant Hills Intercontinental. And from the roof top bar, you could see the ‘Smoke that Thunders’ away in the distance. Truly awesome! But nothing prepares you for the up close and personal experience of standing next to its intense natural power. We now have a […]
1. Takakkaw Falls, Yoho Nat. Park 2. Kinuseo Falls, Monkman Park 3. Shannon Falls, Squamish 4. Bergeron Falls, near Tumbler Ridge 5. Brandywine Falls, Garibaldi Park 6. Helmcken Falls, Wells Gray Park 7. Wapta Falls, Yoho Park 8. Virgin Falls, Kennedy Lake, Vancouver Island 9. Spahats Creek Falls, Clearwater (Wells Gray) 10. Nairn Falls, Pemberton […]
10. Hafragilsfoss, NE Iceland 9. Yst i-Rjukandi Falls, East 8. Selfoss, NE 7. Fagrifoss, SE 6. Seljalandsfoss, South 5. Skogafoss, South 4. Godafoss, North 3. Dettifoss, NE 2. Haifoss (three falls), SE 1. Gullfoss, SW Visited Aug. 2006
1. Takkakaw Falls, B.C. Canada 2. Kinuseo Falls, B.C. Canada 3. Spray Falls, Mt. Ranier Park, Wash. 4. Palouse Falls, Eastern Wash. 5. Fall Creek Falls, Gifford Pinchot Forest, Wash. 6. Shannon Falls, B.C. Canada 7. Snoqualmie Falls, Wash. 8. Comet Falls, Mt. Ranier Park, Wash. 9. Salt Creek Falls, Central Oregon 10. White River […]
On my top ten (of Iceland Waterfalls), I’d place Gullfoss first but ordering them is difficult. Another worthwhile area is Gjain which has a number of picturesque falls all visible from one vantage point. I have written a story on Iceland’s natural beauty including photos of five of my favourite waterfalls (Dettifoss, Gullfoss, Svartifoss, Ofaerufoss […]
Lake Waikaremoana or ”sea of rippling water” in Maori is off the beaten track for most travelers to New Zealand. This waterfall is only accessible via boat or during a 53km hike round the lake. On the weekend I made the hike the lake was completely shrouded in mist, I think it was a worthwhile […]
I took this picture with an old APS camera and it’s one of my favorites from a 14 month trip to Australia between 1997 and 1998. I especially like the flower (possibly an Orchid) in the foreground.
Have you seen Union Falls in the southeast part of Yellowstone? Height is 260 ft.
August of 2007, my dad and I took a short trip to NZ, which I’ve always wanted to do. We were the only ones booked on the trip around lake Taupo and Tongiriro park that day. This was one of our stops. I do happen to be a Lord of the Rings fan, and I […]
Hi, I’m Jason from Malaysia. We stopped by Whangarei Falls and was welcomed by the sound of its falling water. It was a very beautiful and relaxing place to be. We spent over an hour here just appreciating nature at its best. I highly recommend everyone who visits the North Island to drop by this […]
My most successful backpacking trip was from Tuolumne Meadows to Glen Aulin with my two sons, my nephew, my oldest son’s friend, and two of my best friends (the two handsome old guys on the right side of the picture). To see all the water falls in the early summer is truly beautiful. The trip […]
Gullfoss was one of the most beautiful things that I have ever experienced in my life. This shows that nature is a very powerful source. I would consider the waterfalls in Iceland to be one of the greatest things to witness in the world today. NOT only the waterfalls but the country of Iceland itself.
There were two missing hikers in Yosemite one morning in 1970 and the rangers requested several of the more or less permanent rock climbers in Camp 4 to participate in search parties. My party was sent down a very steep, very brushy gully from the vicinity of the Tioga Road to the base of Pywiack […]
I am going through something rather similar: MasterRental and Thrifty again. MasterRental has held up to their end of the bargain but Thrifty is practicing fraud in my opinion. I had the car for 24 hours in the Orlando, FL area. They noticed a scratch on the plastic bumper that is a small, barely noticeable […]
Thanx for this story. The free CDW is a major attraction of a credit card and I can rent a car for $45 (tax inc) for a weekend (Fri 12pm-Mon12pm) but the CDW is $48, more than doubling the cost. But reading the fine print of the credit card CDW they have lots of scope […]
I vistited the Kinso River on the 8th of June 2008 – and it was GREAT! The Nyastølfoss must stand on the list!
It is one of the most beautiful places I have been to… Have to agree on the bruised bums and tailbones, I nearly broke my leg coming down the waterslide (I was told to lift my legs up after I went down and my leg got stuck in a hole)… Otherwise, very, very beautiful and […]