Pomponio Falls

Pomponio Falls was kind of an incidental waterfall as the Memorial County Park had no literature even making mention of this waterfall. We found out about it from an entry in our…

Sempervirens Falls

Sempervirens Falls was perhaps the most family-friendly waterfall hike that I’m aware of in the Big Basin Redwoods State Park. The reason why I say this is that it involved a fairly easy…

Brooks Falls

Brooks Falls was really my waterfalling excuse to get in an early morning hike around the Pacifica area before returning to San Francisco for some city touring. For a waterfall this close to the…

Stairstep Falls

Stairstep Falls was one waterfall near the San Francisco Bay Area that had eluded us over the years for one reason or another. Part of the reason why this waterfall was so elusive over the years…

Green Valley Falls

Green Valley Falls was really more of a Summer time swimming hole. Consisting of an upper and lower waterfall set, I saw the potential for a very happening spot to cool off from the heat and take…

Borrego Palm Canyon Falls

Borrego Palm Canyon Falls was our main waterfalling excuse to explore the most popular trail in the Anza Borrego State Park. The Borrego Palm Canyon Trail earned its notoriety because the…

Santa Ynez Falls

Santa Ynez Falls was one of those waterfalls we had put off doing after all the years we had been waterfalling locally in Southern California. We adopted this mentality because we tended…

Placerita Creek Falls

Placerita Creek Falls (also known as the Los Pinetos Waterfall since it was near the Los Pinetos Canyon) was another one of those waterfalls that we had procrastinated on visiting for one reason or…

Black Swift Falls (“Ragged Point Waterfall”)

The Black Swift Falls (or “Ragged Point Waterfall” as we tended to refer to it) was an intermittent waterfall on Young Creek that we had an opportunity to visit on our very first trip to Big Sur…

Kanarraville Falls

Kanarraville Falls was really a series of attractive waterfalls within Kanarra Creek Canyon that passed through a pair of attractive narrows while also presenting scrambling obstacles to overcome…

Tamanawas Falls

Tamanawas Falls was one of the more pleasing waterfalls to see as it featured a classic rectangular shape said to drop 100ft with a width of about 40ft (though I’ve seen a height figure…

Upper McCord Creek Falls

The Upper McCord Creek Falls was an attractive double-barreled waterfall said to have a height of about 64ft. As you can see from the photo at the top of this page, I happened to see this falls…

Munson Creek Falls

Munson Creek Falls was probably most significant waterfall in the vicinity of the Oregon Coast that we’ve encountered. Tumbling over three visible tiers, it was said to have a cumulative…

Fall Creek Falls

Fall Creek Falls (I’ve also seen it referred to as Falls Creek Falls) was one of the more scenically located waterfalls we’ve come across as it spilled over 60ft right into the Snake River…

Cave Falls

Cave Falls was an impressively wide waterfall spanning 250ft across the Falls River well downstream from its confluence with the Bechler River. Even though it was said to be only 20ft tall…

Idaho Falls

Idaho Falls was one of those waterfalls that not only pertained to the name of the waterfall, but it was also the name of the city in which it sat at its heart. In our experience, we’ve seen many…

“Cascade Creek Falls”

“Cascade Creek Falls” was a name I made up for this waterfall (hence the quotes) as it was one that I never expected to see. You see, when I did the the hike to the neighboring Terraced Falls…

Union Falls and Ouzel Pool

Union Falls had to have been my favorite waterfall in Yellowstone National Park besides the powerful Lower Falls of the Yellowstone River. It had been frequently described as the most beautiful…

Crecelius Cascade

Crecelius Cascade was a roadside waterfall that we managed to miss on our first visit to Yellowstone National Park back in June 2004. It consisted of a smaller pair of cascades dropping in…

Woodbine Falls

Woodbine Falls was certainly one of the tallest and most impressive waterfalls that we’ve encountered in the state of Montana outside of Glacier National Park. It was actually geographically…