Spokane Falls

Spokane Falls was a waterfall that had quite a bit going for it despite its urban downtown surroundings, the man-modified characteristic (supporting a pair of hydroelectric diversion dams), and…

Whatcom Falls

Whatcom Falls was kind of our excuse to break up the drive between Seattle and Vancouver as it was on the way. While the word “whatcom” was said to mean “noisy water” in the local Native American…

Palouse Falls

Palouse Falls took our breath away when we gazed upon its powerful flow amidst a rugged and naturesque canyon that very much reminded us of Iceland. Except we were in southeast Washington…

Comet Falls

Comet Falls could be arguably Mt Rainier National Park’s most beautiful waterfall (though I could easily see how Spray Falls or Narada Falls could challenge that assertion). It’s said to plunge at…

Van Trump Falls

Van Trump Falls is a waterfall that I’m giving special attention to because it can easily be confused with Comet Falls without any prior research. The waterfall you see pictured…

Christine Falls

Christine Falls is probably going to be the first waterfall you’ll encounter after passing through the Nisqually Entrance of Mt Rainier National Park. That’s because the road between Nisqually…

Narada Falls

Narada Falls was Julie’s favorite waterfall in Mt Rainier National Park. That was saying something considering that I could have argued in favor of Comet Falls or Spray Falls…

Myrtle Falls

Myrtle Falls gave us that rare opportunity to photograph a waterfall in front of Mt Rainier – Washington’s most iconic mountain. Apparently, it’s for this reason alone that makes this waterfall…

Martha Falls

Martha Falls was a waterfall that got to see from a distance across Stevens Canyon. Even though we saw a tiny trail along the Stevens River deep in the canyon, we had run out of time…

Spray Falls

Spray Falls took me a bit of work to reach while also requiring a bit of risk to see it as you see on the photo above. So your experience at this falls could be a fulfilling one, a disappointing…

Rocky Brook Falls

Rocky Brook Falls might have been Julie’s favorite waterfall on the Olympic Peninsula. In addition to exceeding her expectations of what she thought was a relatively obscure and unknown waterfall…

Beaver Falls

Beaver Falls was a waterfall we almost gave up on because it was one of the more obscure waterfalls on our trip to the Olympic Peninsula thanks in part because there were no signs indicating its…

Sol Duc Falls

Sol Duc Falls probably was the one waterfall that best embodied the rainforest feel of Olympic National Park as far as we were concerned. I’ve also seen this waterfall referred to as Soleduck…

Madison Falls

Madison Falls was probably one of the easiest waterfalls for us to visit. But despite its ease of access, this was also one of the prettier waterfalls we had seen…

Marymere Falls

Marymere Falls was a waterfall that we knew had a lot of fanfare prior to our visit. So it was no surprise to us that it was certainly one of the more popular waterfalls as its car park was…

Falls Creek Falls

Falls Creek Falls is one of a handful of impressive waterfalls along the Wind River Road north of Carson and the Columbia River Gorge in the Gifford Pinchot National Forest of…

Big Creek Falls

Big Creek Falls is roughly 10 minutes further east from the Curly Creek Falls turnoff along Route 90 (Lewis River Road) in the Gifford Pinchot National Forest…

Curly Creek Falls

Curly Creek Falls is supposed to be the famed waterfall that had the rare distinction of having natural bridges spanning its falling watercourse. Unfortunately when we were there in…

Snoqualmie Falls

Snoqualmie Falls is easily the most popular and most visited waterfall in the state of Washington. We believe the adjectives spectacular and powerful should be thrown in there as well…

Twin Falls

Twin Falls seemingly felt like one of those locals only attractions that was charming in its own right, but lacked the notoriety and power of the nearby Snoqualmie Falls. When we first did this…