Niagara Falls is not only one of the famous waterfalls in the world but also the largest waterfall in the US in terms of volume. It is comprised of three different waterfalls - Horseshoe Falls, American Falls, and Bridal Veil Falls.
This fabulous fall is actually a combination of three falls. The tallest at 1430 feet high is the Upper Yosemite Fall. Flowing into the middle cascade and finally, the Lower Yosemite Fall completes the torrent at 320 feet.
The Snake River has much to offer in the way of bountiful beauty. The most unbelievable is the Shoshone Falls. The best time to visit the falls is in spring and early summer, when the snow affects the flow of water.
Multnomah Falls needs no introduction as one of the best waterfalls in the US. The flow of water from underground springs feeds the tiered Multnomah Falls.
The Upper and Lower Yellowstone Falls, combined with Crystal Falls, is known as the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone. The Upper Falls is a surge of water splashing over rock, framed by lavish trees and vegetation.
The Palouse Falls, lying on the Palouse River, is surrounded by a canyon. Named after the Palouse Indians, current inhabitants of the area, it is the official state waterfall for the state of Washington.
Travertine comes from limestone. This limestone is the reason for the unique blue-green color of the Havasu Falls, located on the Havasupai Tribe Reservation. Close to the Grand Canyon National Park, it is an oddity in the desert.
In the heart of Kentucky, Cumberland Falls flows 60 feet over boulders. The popular things to do consist of kayaking, white water rafting and canoeing. Fishing is another popular sport on the Columbia River.
Alamere Falls is a unique 40 feet waterfall located in Point Reyes National Seashore. Because it flows directly into the ocean, it is known as a tidefall. The falls cascade over a slanted cliff, down on the stone rubble near the beach
Paradise is a matter of opinion unless one describes the Tahquamenon Falls in the Upper Peninsula, Michigan. The Tahquamenon River courses down to a 50 feet drop, creating the Upper Tahquamenon Falls.