Pillar Falls was a waterfall lover’s excuse to explore the eccentric rock formations that gave rise to the ‘pillars’ in the middle of the Snake River.
Niagara Springs and Crystal Springs are just a couple of the countless groundwater springs emerging from cliffs towards the Snake River west of Twin Falls.
The Box Canyon Springs Waterfall was our reward for a short hike encompassing the 11th largest spring in North America as well as the canyon it carved out.
The Ritter Island Waterfall was our excuse to experience the scenery of Ritter Island, which had its own collection of waterfalls as well as some history.
Andrew Molera Falls was a hidden waterfall in Big Sur nearly reclaimed by Mother Nature as I needed a lot of route-finding persistence to finally find it.
Garland Ranch Falls was an ephemeral waterfall in the popular Garland Ranch Regional Park within Carmel Valley inland from the dramatic coast of Big Sur…
Santa Paula Canyon Falls are better known as the Santa Paula Punch Bowls Trail because it features several water slides, swimming holes, and waterfalls.
The Circle X Ranch Grotto Falls is really a series of small waterfalls concealed by confined volcanic boulders, which give rise to the namesake ‘Grotto’.
The Phillips Gulch Falls was a rather hidden and obscure waterfall within Salt Point State Park that dropped right into the turbulent waves of the Pacific.
Russian Gulch Falls (or Russian Gulch Waterfall) was a lush 35ft waterfall nestled within the fern-filled Russian Gulch State Park on the Mendocino Coast.
Gold Dust Falls and the Gold Bluffs Beach Waterfalls were a trio of thin but tall (50-80ft) waterfalls along a quiet elk-grazing part of the Davidson Trail.
Trillium Falls was a small 12-15ft waterfall whose claim to fame was really its trail that meandered amongst large coastal redwood trees from Elk Meadow.
The Fern Canyon Waterfalls was our waterfallers excuse to experience this popular narrow canyon where ferns draped its walls for nearly its entire length.
The Chamberlain Creek Waterfall is a secluded 50ft falls in the Jackson Demonstration State Forest between Willits and Fort Bragg near the Mendocino Coast.
Dora Falls was a secluded 30ft waterfall situated very close to the US101 and a redwood grove. It had surprisingly good flow, and I even had the falls alone.
Hayes Creek Falls was a roadside waterfall between the Marble turnoff and the village of Redstone on the scenic Hwy 133 between Carbondale and McClure Pass.
The Devils Punch Bowl was a two-tiered waterfall with colorful plunge pools next to the Schofield Pass ‘Road’, which we accessed from the Crested Butte side
The Crystal Mill Waterfall was my waterfalling excuse to explore what could be Colorado’s most photographed historical relic in the Crystal Mill itself.
Bear Creek Falls is a hidden roadside waterfall (to drivers zooming along the Hwy 550, at least) dropping 120ft into the Uncompahgre Canyon near Ouray.
Judd Falls was a popular and easily-accessible waterfall above the hamlet of Gothic and close to Crested Butte. It was also a good hike for Fall colors.