Let’s show the part of Niagara Falls in New York. High Falls in Rochester should also make the list.
I can’t argue with Niagara Falls as the top waterfall in State of New York. This is one of the top waterfalls in the world. Your photo was taken from New York, but it shows the Horseshoe Falls which are in Ontario. At night the American Falls are the star because the Horseshoe Falls are […]
In the 1941 movie “A Woman’s Face” (a remake of a 1938 Ingrid Bergman Swedish movie), there are stunning waterfalls (double falls that greatly resemble the American side of Niagara Falls, with a wide and a narrow falls separated by rocks). In the movie there’s even a scene in which Joan Crawford takes a child […]
For all of those visitors who have been disappointed by Barron Falls as a trickle, see it roar! After a decent lot of heavy rain, the Falls are in full flight – a sight to behold.
If you take a cable car from Trento (“Funivia Trento-Sardagna”) then you end up in Sardagna, a small town on the top of the hill. Once, I was walking around Sardagna and found a very fast-flowing river running through the town. I soon realized that it must be the source of the waterfall which can […]
Northrop Falls is in the small state natural area called Colditz Cove, between Rugby and Jamestown in the Upper Cumberland Plateau of Tennessee. The hike to the falls and back is less than two miles. You walk through a beautiful forest to the edge of a gorge, then follow the edge to a bridge over […]
Hi Everyone, I am an Australian waterfall chaser. I absolutely love the beauty of nature. I’m very happy to share several of the waterfalls i have been to in Australia so far. My focus is New South Wales at the moment. I plan to branch out when I finish my studies.
The hike to Mosbrae Falls – understand scheduling of trains. The trains heading north, if too heavy, will split into two parts and reattached into one at Grass Lake north of the town of Weed on Hwy. 97 or at Klamath Falls Oregon. That is called a “doubleheader”. They can be five minutes apart or […]
Hi, I liked your blog of walk to Beauchamps Falls in the Otways, but noticed you wrote about “umbrella ferns”. These are called TREE ferns in Australia, there are only 2 types, Dicksonia & Cyathea. Remnant vegetation from when Australia was joined as part of Gondwana – very slow growing. About an inch per year, […]
It’s already a long walk to the base of Vettisfossen, but better views can be had by taking the bridge across the main river before you reach the base of the falls and then hiking up a long, steep trail that goes high up above the fall on the other side of the valley to […]
If you haven’t already done so, and are coming back to the Waitomo area at some point, you should definitely go to the Natural bridge after dark – the glow worms are just incredible (this coming from more than one glow worm cave guide!) Definitely walk as much of the track to the bridge as […]
We went down to the river on the north end of the ocean side side guard rail. It was an easy descend (steep but steplike) with no glass and plenty of vines and stuff to hang onto). I suspect the flow volume was lower than the report above because we found it to be an […]
I’m Jamaican so it makes me really happy to see my tiny island home so well represented here. As you say, you did a sampling of our falls because your time here was limited I’m sure. It’s not just visitors who miss out on our falls but even the locals ourselves! Certainly we see less […]
We’ve been regular visitors to Maui for years, and usually do all the same things: We go beach-hopping, watch a luau, shop, take a snorkel cruise, and hang out at the resort. This year, we decided to do something totally different and see the Hana side of the island. We drove down the Road to […]
I went there with my brother and sister in law back in 1984. It was an interesting hike in, part of the trail had been knocked out by a boulder from above. The trail itself once you got to the cliffs was along the cliffs above the stream below the falls and fairly narrow so […]
the highest water fall in West Khasi Hills, Meghalaya, India. Is located near Nongkhnum river island.
There is a water fall on Quincy Shore Drive in Quincy Mass. At low tide the rapids head east. At high tide the rapids head west. Check it out
Some of my Utah favorites That aren’t on here:Grove Creek Falls Battle Creek Falls(Better yet, hike them both in the Grove Creek Battle Creek Loop Trail, also one of my top favorite hikes in the state)Lower Falls in Bells Canyon-puts out a crazy amount of water in the spring And Rocky Mouth Falls for repelling […]
When you begin to see how wonderful these natural creations are it does make you a little more mindful about life in general. I like how you share the beauty but also importance of leaving or working with the environment to have a somewhat comfortable life. Our biggest issue as humans is the desire to […]
If you are thinking of taking your own vehicle to the waterfalls – forget it! Even if it is a 4×4 you are no longer allowed access to the campsite – You HAVE transfer all your gear and take the “local” song Teaw” the official reason is “Because policy of Tak Governor ,he wants the […]
Visited the falls last week, Oct. 27, 2017. FANTASTIC. Mountain Bikes are illegal on the Coastal Trail from Palomarin trailhead to the unmarked and unsigned falls trail and beyond. Just spectacular! -Ken Papai