This is a
list of of the waterfalls world by continent. See also List of waterfalls by height, List of waterfalls by flow rate and List of waterfalls by type. Africa [edit ] Angola [edit ] Tangala Falls, second largest in Africa Kalandula Falls, Lucala river in Malange Tazua Falls Burkina Faso [edit ] Burundi [edit ] Democratic Republic of the Congo [edit ] Central African Republic [edit ] Chad [edit ] Ethiopia [edit ] Gabon [edit ] Ghana [edit ] Guinea [edit ] Kenya [edit ] Lesotho [edit ] Libya [edit ] Madagascar [edit ] Mali [edit ] Morocco [edit ] Namibia [edit ] Somalia [edit ] South Africa [edit ] Northern Cape [edit ] KwaZulu-Natal [edit ] Mpumalanga [edit ] Uganda [edit ] Zambia [edit ] Zimbabwe [edit ] Asia [edit ] Bangladesh [edit ] Madhabkunda Waterfall Khagrachari Waterfall Sitakunda Waterfall Shitaam, Moulovibazaar Hamham Waterfall, Moulovibazaar Jadipai waterfall, Ruma, Bandarban Tlubong waterfall, Ruma, Bandarban Zing Sim Sitar waterfall, Ruma, Bandarban Baklai waterfall, Ruma, Bandarban Nafakhum Waterfall, Thanchi, Bandarban Rijuk Waterfall, Ruma, Bandarban Rankhiang Waterfall, Bilaichari, Rangamati Cambodia [edit ] China [edit ] Hong Kong [edit ] East Timor [edit ] India [edit ] Indonesia [edit ] Bantimurung Waterfall Bhedaghat waterfall Curug Cilember Curug Cipendok Curug Nangka Curug Cimahi Curug Citambur Curug Sewu Coban Rondo Waterfall Curug Gentong Curug Cikaso Curup Tenang Grojogan Sewu waterfall Gitgit waterfall Jumog Waterfall Jarakan Waterfall Madakaripura Waterfall Moramo Waterfall Sendang Gila waterfall Sipisopiso Waterfall Sedudo Waterfall Sigura-gura waterfall Lembah Anai Waterfall Payakumbuh Waterfall Iran [edit ] Abshar Doughoolo (Twin Falls) Atashgah Falls Bahram Beigy Waterfall Bisheh Falls Boll Waterfall Ganjnameh Waterfall Golestan Falls Lar Waterfall Margoon Waterfall Masoule Falls Semirom Falls Shadan Falls (Kordkuy) Shalmash Falls Shekarab waterfall Japan [edit ] Fukuroda Falls - 120 m (390 ft) Hannoki Falls - The tallest falls in Japan, 497 m (1,631 ft); Only flows from April to July. Hannoki Falls perform twin falls with Shōmyō Falls. Kegon Falls - 97 m (318 ft) infamous for suicides Nachi Falls - Well known falls in Japan, 133 m (436 ft) Nunobiki Falls - 120 m (390 ft) in four cascades, of great cultural significance, considered a meisho, or "famous site" Shindō Falls - 83 m (272 ft) high, and, after rain, large in volume Shōmyō Falls - The tallest year-round waterfall in Japan, at 349 m (1,145 ft) Abe Great Falls Korea [edit ] Kyrgyzstan [edit ] Laos [edit ] Malaysia [edit ] Mongolia [edit ] Ulaan Tsutgalan Waterfall - 20 m drop. On a tributary of the Orkhon River. Arsai Waterfall - 70 m drop. Nepal [edit ] Pakistan [edit ] Manthokha Waterfalls Jamgar Falls Gulpur Waterfalls Naran Kaghan Waterfalls Pir Ghaib Waterfall Hanna-Urak Waterfall Chotok Waterfal Marot Waterfalls Naran Kaghan Waterfalls Baffa Waterfalls Gojar Khan Waterfalls Swabi Waterfalls Philippines [edit ] Aliwagwag Falls, Cateel Davao Oriental Tarugan Falls, Igbaras Iloilo Aw-asen Falls, Sigay, Ilocos Sur Bomod-ok Falls, Sagada, Mountain Province Busay Falls Camaya Falls-3 Daranak Falls Ditumabo Falls, Baler, Aurora Dodiongan Falls Hinulugan Taktak Kabigan Falls Kawasan Falls Limunsudan Falls Maria Cristina Falls Mantayupan Falls Pinzal Falls Tinago Falls Pagsanjan Falls Mainit Falls Tinuy-an Falls Vera Falls Palali Falls Pinsal Falls - Santa Maria, Ilocos Sur Hikong Alu, Lake Sebu, South Cotabato Hikong Bente, Lake Sebu, South Cotabato Hikong Blebel, Lake Sebu, South Cotabato Hikong Lowig, Lake Sebu, South Cotabato Hikong K'fo, Lake Sebu, South Cotabato Hikong Ukol, Lake Sebu, South Cotabato Hikong Tonok, Lake Sebu, South Cotabato Taytay Falls, Majayjay,Laguna Russia (Siberia) [edit ] Singapore [edit ] Sri Lanka [edit ] Thailand [edit ] Bhusang falls Erawan Falls Umphang Thee Lor Sue Waterfall Mae Klang Falls Mae Hoi Falls Mae Pakong Falls Mae Pon Falls Mae Chaem Falls Mae Khan Falls Mae Yen Falls Mo Paeng Falls Pam Bok Falls Wachirathan Falls Mae Ya Falls Mae Surin Falls Nangrong Falls Pala-u Falls Pha Suea Falls Wang Keaw Falls Kaeng Sopha Falls Kaeng Song Falls Phlew Falls Poi Falls Roum Klaw Paradorn Falls Saiyok Falls Sarika Falls Siriphumi Falls Phitsanulok Falls Phu Fa waterfall Sapan Waterfall Vietnam [edit ] Dam Ri Waterfall - 90 meters Xung Khoeng Waterfall - 40 meters Ban Gioc Waterfall - 30 meters Pongour waterfall, near Đà Lạt [1 ] Prenn Waterfall, Đà Lạt Pong Gua Falls Thac Voi (Elephant Waterfall) - Lam Ha district, Lam Dong province Europe [edit ] Dettifoss
in northern Iceland. Considered to be the most powerful in Europe
Albania [edit ] Thethi Waterfall - high 25m Drini Waterfall Sotira Waterfall Austria [edit ] Armenia [edit ] Shaqi Waterfalls-high 19m Trchkan Waterfalls-high 25,5 mriver Chichkhan Tcopq Waterfalls-high 84m, river Jermuk Gegharoti Waterfalls Khosrov waterfalls river Goght Ambert waterfalls Aghstev waterfalls Worotan waterfalls Lalvar waterfalls Herher waterfalls Mantash waterfalls Amasia waterfalls Belgium [edit ] Bosnia and Herzegovina [edit ] Bulgaria [edit ] Full list images and description of all waterfalls in Bulgaria Croatia [edit ] Bilušića buk - 19,6 m Brljanski slap - 15,5 m Rošnjak - 8,4 m Miljacka(Krka) - 23,8 m Roški slap - 27 m Manojlovac - 60 m Skradinski Buk - 45.7 m (all on river Krka) Plitvice Lakes - with highest waterfall in Croatia, 78 m Czech Republic [edit ]
The highest waterfall in the Czech republic - Pančava waterfall.
Pančavský vodopád (Pančava Waterfall) - the highest waterfall in the Czech republic, Krkonoše (Giant Mountains), 148 m Horní Úpský vodopád (Horni Upa Waterfall) - the highest altitude of all Czech waterfalls, Krkonoše (Giant Mountains), 129 m Pudlavský vodopád (Pudlava Waterfall) - Krkonoše, Giant Mountains, 122 m Rudické propadání (Rudice Sink) - subterranean, in a karst cave, Moravský kras ( Moravian Karst), 90 m Dvorský vodopád (Dvorsky Waterfall) - Krkonoše (Giant Mountains), 68 m Dolní Úpský vodopád (Dolni Upa Waterfall) - Krkonoše (Giant Mountains), 45 m Labský vodopád(Elbe Waterfall) - Krkonoše (Giant Mountains), 35 m Velký Štolpich - Jizerské hory ( Jizera Mountains), 30 m Vysoký vodopád (High Waterfall) - Hrubý Jeseník, 28 m Kýšovický vodopád (Kýšovice Waterfall) - Krušné hory ( Ore Mountains), 26 m Estonia [edit ] Faeroe Islands [edit ] Finland [edit ] Auttiköngäs Fiellun putous Hepoköngäs Jyrävä Kitsiputous - Probably the highest one in Finland Kiutaköngäs Koivuköngäs Komulanköngäs Korkeakoski Pihtsusköngäs - Probably the highest free-falling one in Finland with 17 meters. France [edit ] Cascade Arpenaz Cascade Berard Cascade Bergerac Cascade Brezons Cascade D'auzet Cascade Druise Cascade Du Dard Cascade Du Moulin Du Saut Cascade Du Pont D'Aptier Cascade Du Ray Cascade Du Sartre Cascade Faillitoux Cascades Herisson Cascade Piche Cascade Queue Cheval Cascade Queureuilh Cascade Quinquenouille Cascade Roucole Cascade Rouget Cascade Salins Cascade Seythenex Cascade Sillans Cascade Tarn Gavarnie Falls Grande Cascade Du Moulinet Saut Du Doubs Trou de Fer waterfalls, on Reunion Island Germany [edit ] Hungary [edit ] Lillafüred Fátyol-vízesés Ilona-völgyi-vízesés Ördögmalom-vízesés Iceland [edit ] Ireland [edit ] Italy [edit ] Latvia [edit ] Republic of Macedonia [edit ] Montenegro [edit ] Grulja Waterfall (15m high) Norway [edit ] Poland [edit ] Portugal [edit ] Cascata da Ribeira Grande (Fajãzinha, Azores) - 300 m (tallest of around 20 waterfalls at this location, some falling into the sea) Cascata de Fisgas do Ermelo - 200 m Risco waterfall - 100 m Cascata do Poço do Bacalhau (Fajã Grande) - 90 m Frecha da Mizarela - 75 m Água Cai d`Alto - 60 m Faia da Água Alta - 35 m Pitões das Júnias - 30+ m Peneda - 30 m Cascata das 25 Fontes ( 25 Fontes Falls) ( Madeira) - 30 m Cabreia - 25 m Pulo do Lobo - 20+ m Fraga da Pena - 20 m Açude de Valverde - 6+ m Vale do Muro - S. Jorge da Beira - 4,23 m Pego do inferno - Tavira, Algarve Romania [edit ] European Russia [edit ] Serbia [edit ] Slovakia [edit ] Slovenia [edit ] Spain [edit ] Fall of the Nervión Chorro de Navafría Falls of the lower Orós Sweden [edit ] Njupeskär (125 m) Västanåfallet (90 m) Fettjeåfallet (60 m) Hällingsåfallet (43 m) Tännforsen (38 m) - Largest waterfall in Sweden, 60 m wide, Avg 60 m 3/s. Styggforsen (36 m) Trollhättefallen (32 m) Hallamölla (23 m) Ristafallet (14 m) Stora Sjöfallet (40 m)- Once one of the largest and powerful in Europe. Howvever after construction of the Suorva dam the flow rate decreased from average 160 m 3/s to 6 m 3/s. Switzerland [edit ] Turkey [edit ] United Kingdom [edit ] England [edit ] Northern Ireland [edit ] Scotland [edit ] Wales [edit ] Ukraine [edit ] America [edit ] North America [edit ] Belize [edit ] Canada [edit ] Albion Falls Alexander Falls, Callaghan Valley, near Whistler, British Columbia Alexandra Falls Athabasca Falls, Jasper National Park, Alberta (24 m) Bow Glacier Falls, Alberta in Banff National Park Brandywine Falls, near Whistler, British Columbia Bridal Veil Falls (also called Bridal Falls) near Rosedale, British Columbia Canim Falls, Wells Gray Provincial Park, South Cariboo region, British Columbia Churchill Falls, Labrador 245 ft (75 m) Crescent Falls, Alberta, on the David Thompson Highway; 25 meters (82 feet) Crown Lake Falls, Marble Canyon, British Columbia Dawson Falls, Wells Gray Provincial Park, British Columbia Della Falls, British Columbia - 440 m (1,440 ft) Elk Falls, near Campbell River, British Columbia Emperor Falls, British Columbia in Mount Robson Provincial Park Englishman River Falls, near Nanaimo, British Columbia Eugenia Falls, in Grey County, ON Helen Falls - Lady Evelyn River, Ontario (highest waterfall on the Lady Evelyn River) Helmcken Falls, Wells Gray Provincial Park, British Columbia Horseshoe Falls, Ontario - part of Niagara Falls, with a 53 m (174 ft) drop Horseshoe Falls, Wells Gray Provincial Park, British Columbia Hunlen Falls, South Tweedsmuir Provincial Park, British Columbia Inglis Falls - Owen Sound, Ontario Kakabeka Falls - Thunder Bay, Ontario Keyhole Falls, the largest waterfall along the Lillooet River in British Columbia. Little Qualicum Falls, near Qualicum Beach, British Columbia Mahood Falls, Wells Gray Provincial Park, British Columbia Majerus Falls, Wells Gray Provincial Park, British Columbia McDiarmid Falls, Wells Gray Provincial Park, British Columbia McDougall Falls, Wells Gray Provincial Park, British Columbia Meadow Falls, Wells Gray Provincial Park, British Columbia Montmorency Falls, Quebec - 83 m (272 ft) Moul Falls, Wells Gray Provincial Park, British Columbia Nairn Falls, near Pemberton, British Columbia Pissing Mare Falls, Gros Morne National Park, Newfoundland, with a drop of 350 m (1,150 ft) Ram Falls, Alberta, on Alberta Highway 734 Shannon Falls, near Squamish, British Columbia Spahats Falls, Wells Gray Provincial Park, British Columbia Sunwapta Falls, Jasper National Park, Alberta Takakkaw Falls, British Columbia - Yoho National Park Tews Falls, Hamilton, Ontario, with a drop of 41 m, just 11 m short of the height of Niagara's Horseshoe Falls. Tsusiat Falls, Pacific Rim National Park, near Clo-oose, British Columbia Twin Falls, British Columbia - Yoho National Park Virginia Falls - Nahanni River, NWT Wilberforce Falls - Hood River, NWT Costa Rica [edit ] Greenland [edit ] Guatemala [edit ] Salto de Chilascó Waterfall Tzuul Tak´a, Waterfall Pajaj Waterfall Guadeloupe [edit ] Jamaica [edit ] Dunn's River Falls, St. Ann Fish Dunn Falls, Portland Mahoe Falls, Ocho Rios, St. Ann Mayfield Falls, Westmoreland Milford Falls, St. Ann Mountain River Falls, St. Catherine Reach Falls, Portland Reggae Falls, St. Thomas Somerset Falls, Portland Tacky Falls, St. Mary Y. S. Falls, St. Elizabeth Mexico [edit ] Saint Lucia [edit ] United States [edit ] Alaska [edit ] Alabama [edit ] Arkansas [edit ] Arizona [edit ] California [edit ] 21 Waterfalls in Yosemite Alamere Falls Bonita Falls – 152 m (499 ft) while flowing Bridalveil Fall – 189 m (620 ft) sheer when flowing Burney Falls – 39 m (128 ft), spring-fed, 4 m³/s (140 ft³/s) constant flow rate Chilnualna Falls – 210 m (690 ft) Darwin Falls – 24 m (79 ft), split over two sections and the tallest waterfall in Death Valley National Park Feather Falls – 125 m (410 ft) Illilouette Fall – 110 m (360 ft) McWay Falls – 24 m (79 ft), flowing year-round Nevada Fall, Yosemite National Park – 181 m (594 ft), followed by 97 m plunge at Vernal Fall, year-round Ribbon Fall – 491 m (1,611 ft) when flowing Silver Strand Falls – 175 m (574 ft) when flowing Three Chute Falls - 24 m (79 ft) on Tenaya Creek, flows highly variable but perennial Vernal Fall - 97 m (318 ft); on Merced River just downstream of Nevada Fall Yosemite Falls – generally considered the highest waterfall in North America, with a 436 m (1,430 ft) in one followed by 98 m (322 ft) in another, flowing year-round Colorado [edit ] Florida [edit ] Georgia [edit ] Hawaii [edit ] Idaho [edit ] Kentucky [edit ] Louisiana [edit ] Lake Peigneur Drilling Disaster - 50 m (160 ft) drop (all below sea-level) flowed for 3 days in 1980 due to an oil rig drilling into a salt mine Maryland [edit ]
Raven Rock Falls is a little-known waterfall in Parkton, Maryland.
Dulaney Valley Falls is a 17-foot cascading waterfall in Baldwin, Maryland
Cunningham Falls – 26 m (85 ft), cascading waterfall Great Falls (Potomac River) - 16 m (52 ft), cascading waterfall Kilgore Falls - 5 m (16 ft),free-falling Muddy Creek Falls – 17 m (56 ft), the highest free falling waterfall in Maryland Cascade Falls (Ellicott City) - +/- 15 feet, small cascading waterfall in Patapsco Valley State Park Raven Rock Falls (Parkton) - Little-known cascading waterfall in Gunpowder Falls State Park. It's on a small watercourse, but has an overall vertical drop of 108 feet. Dulaney Valley Falls (Baldwin) - 17-foot cascading waterfall located just outside of Jacksonville Merrymans Falls - 42-foot cascading waterfall located off of Merrymans Mill Road Massachusetts [edit ] Bash Bish Falls - 61 m (200 ft), The falls are made up of a series of cascades with the final cascade being split into twin falls by a jutting rock, dropping in an 80-foot (24 m) "V" over boulders to a serene pool below. Michigan [edit ] Minnesota [edit ] Gooseberry Falls on Minnesota's North Shore of Lake Superior. High Falls of the Pigeon River - 37 m (121 ft) waterfall Grand Portage State Park, Minnesota and Pigeon River Provincial Park, Ontario on the U.S.-Canada Border Minnehaha Falls – 16 m (52 ft), with a flow that varies and can freeze in winter Saint Anthony Falls - the only waterfall on the Mississippi River until replaced by dams in the 19th century Hidden Falls - located in Nerstrand Big Woods State Park, Minnesota. Pickwick Falls - located in Pickwick Village, Minnesota. Vermillion Falls - located in Hastings, Minnesota. Cannon Falls - located in Cannon Falls, Minnesota. Minneopa Falls - located in Mankato, Minnesota. Ramsey Falls - located in Redwood Falls, Minnesota. Wolf Creek Falls - located in Banning State Park, Minnesota. Missouri [edit ] Montana [edit ] Nebraska [edit ] New Hampshire [edit ] Acworth Gorge – 18 m (59 ft), on the Cold River Amoskeag Falls – 15 m (49 ft), on the Merrimack River Arethusa Falls – 54 m (177 ft), on Bemis Brook Beaver Brook Falls – 30 m (100 ft), on Beaver Brook Cascading Falls – on Pond Brook Champney Falls – 21 m (69 ft), on Champney Brook Crystal Cascade – 24 m (79 ft), on the Cutler River Crystal Falls – 17 m (56 ft), on Phillips Brook Diana's Baths – 23 m (75 ft), on Lucy Brook Dixville Flume – 5 m (16 ft), on Flume Brook Flume Cascade – 91 m (298 ft 7 in) Crawford Notch State Park Garfield Falls – 12 m (39 ft), on the East Branch Dead Diamond River Glen Ellis Falls – 20 m (66 ft), on the Ellis River Huntington Cascades – 21 m (69 ft), on Cascade Brook Jackson Falls – 30 m (98 ft), on Wildcat Brook Kedron Flume – 46 m (151 ft), on Kedron Brook Ripley Falls – 33 m (108 ft), on Avalanche Brook Rocky Gorge – 4 m (13 ft) on the Swift River Sabbaday Falls – 12 m (39 ft), on Sabbaday Brook Silver Cascade – 195 m (640 ft), a series of waterfalls in Crawford Notch State Park Thompson Falls – 46 m (151 ft), on Thompson Brook Thoreau Falls 24 m (79 ft), on North Fork of the East Branch of the Pemigewasset River Zealand Falls 8 m (26 ft), on Whitewall Brook New Jersey [edit ] New York [edit ] American Falls - part of Niagara Falls with a drop of 52 m (171 ft), flowing year-round. Beaver Kill Falls aka Valatie Kill Falls - with a drop of 18.3 m (60 ft), flowing year-round in Valatie Village, Kinderhook, NY. Buttermilk Falls - 4.8 m (16 ft) located in Schaghticoke, NY along the Tomhannock Creek. Chittenango Falls- 50.9 m (167 ft) waterfall located in Madison County, NY. Cohoes Falls - 20 m (66 ft) drop, located in Cohoes, New York, along the Mohawk River. High Falls - 29 m (95 ft), located in downtown Rochester, New York. High Falls - located near the hamlet of High Falls, New York in Ulster County, New York. Indian Chimney Falls - 18 m (59 ft) drop, at Indian Chimney Farm. Kaaterskill Falls - 53 m (174 ft) vertical drop for upper falls, total drop for two tier falls is 79 m (259 ft). Lucifer Falls - 35 m (115 ft) waterfall located in Robert H. Treman State Park. Taughannock Falls - 66 m (217 ft) single, vertical drop, flowing year-round. VerKeerderkill Falls - 54.6 m (179 ft) sheer drop. Buttermilk Falls, located in Buttermilk Falls State Park. Salmon River Falls, with a 110-foot (34 m) drop, is located in the town of Orwell, Oswego County, New York State. (The "Salmon River Falls Unique Area" is a 112-acre (0.45 km 2) parcel maintained around it for recreational purposes.) North Carolina [edit ] Batson Creek Falls - 34 m (112 ft) waterfall that meets Connestee Falls in Transylvania County, NC. Bridal Veil Falls (DuPont State Forest) - 37 m (121 ft) waterfall located in the DuPont State Forest in North Carolina. Bridal Veil Falls (Macon County) - 13.9 m (46 ft) drop directly next to U.S. Highway 64 in Macon County, NC. Bull Cove Falls - 12.1 m (40 ft) 2-tiered cascade in the Southern Nantahala Wilderness Buttermilk Falls (North Carolina) - a sliding falls near Rosman Cascade Falls (Falls Creek) - 15 m (49 ft) sliding cascade. Also called "The Cascades". Connestee Falls - 26 m (85 ft) tiered cascade that meets Batson Creek Falls in Transylvania County, NC. Corbin Creek Falls - 183 m (600 ft) series of cascades Courthouse Falls - 12 m (39 ft) waterfall near Devil's Courthouse Mountain. Cullasaja Falls - 61 m (200 ft) falls in Macon County, NC Douglas Falls - 21.6 m (71 ft) plunging falls. Dry Falls - 20 m (66 ft) sheer drop over an overhanging bluff, allowing visitors to walk behind the falls Eastatoe Falls - 18 m (59 ft) cascading falls located on private property near Rosman. Glassmine Falls - 271 m (889 ft) ephemeral sliding waterfall viewable from the Blue Ridge Parkway in Buncombe County, North Carolina Hickory Nut Falls - 124 m (407 ft) horsetail waterfall at Chimney Rock Park Hidden Falls - 3.7 m (12 ft) falls at Hanging Rock State Park High Falls (DuPont State Forest) - 38 m (125 ft) drop. High Shoals Falls - 24.3 m (80 ft), at South Mountains State Park Hooker Falls - 4 m (13 ft) drop, seen in Last of the Mohicans Key Falls - 15 m (49 ft) waterfall near Brevard in Transylvania County. Linville Falls - 46 m (151 ft) drop over several steps, culminating in a large 45 ft (14 m) drop Looking Glass Falls - 18 m (59 ft) waterfall near Brevard in Transylvania County. Lower Cascades - 11 m (36 ft) cascades at Hanging Rock State Park McGalliard Falls - 12 m (39 ft) cascade in a city park in Valdese, North Carolina Mitchell Falls - 8 m (26 ft) slide in Yancey County Moravian Falls - 13 m (43 ft) cascade in Wilkes County Moore Cove Falls - 15 m (49 ft) drop Quarry Falls (Macon County) - 4.3 m (14 ft) cascade on the Cullasaja River Rainbow Falls (Horsepasture River) - 38 m (125 ft) cascade on the Horsepasture River. Rainbow Falls (Rutherford County) - 160 ft (49 m) waterfall Roaring Fork Falls - 13.9 m (46 ft) falls in the Pisgah National Forest - height disputed Setrock Creek Falls - 17 m (56 ft) in the Pisgah National Forest, height disputed Slick Rock Falls - 9 m (30 ft) plunge falls near Brevard in Transylvania County Sliding Rock - 18 m (59 ft) slide used as a natural water slide, located near Brevard in Transylvania County Tory's Falls - 30.5 m (100 ft) Triple Falls - 38 m (125 ft) drop in three steps. Turtleback Falls - 6.1 m (20 ft) slide and plunge on the Horsepasture River Upper Cascades - 8 m (26 ft) cascades at Hanging Rock State Park Upper Whitewater Falls - 126 m (413 ft) cascade Walker Falls - 13.9 m (46 ft) cascade next to Forest Road 74 in Buncombe County. The parking area for Douglas Falls is further down this road. Window Falls - 8.3 m (27 ft) falls at Hanging Rock State Park Ohio [edit ] Oklahoma [edit ] Oregon [edit ]
There are over 200 waterfalls in Oregon. Some of the more notable include:
Pennsylvania [edit ] South Carolina [edit ] South Dakota [edit ] Tennessee [edit ] Texas [edit ] Utah [edit ] Bridal Veil Falls – 185 m (607 ft) tall double cataract waterfall Calf Creek Falls Stewart Falls Adams Falls - located at the end of Adams Canyon Trail in Layton, UT. Adams Canyon Trail is a 3.7 mile out and back trail located near Layton, Utah that features a waterfall and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for camping, cross country skiing & hiking. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash. Virginia [edit ] Cascades - 69 ft (21 m), this waterfall is near Pembroke in Giles County; the creek, Little Stony, originates in Mountain Lake and flows into the New River Crabtree Falls - 366 m (1,201 ft), this cascading waterfall features a drop of 122 m (400 ft); it is the tallest waterfall east of the Mississippi River and has the tallest single drop east of the Mississippi River Washington [edit ] Angeline Falls - 137 m (449 ft) Berdeen Falls – 259 m (850 ft) Blum Basin Falls - 512 m (1,680 ft) Boston Creek Falls- 496 m (1,627 ft) Bridal Veil Falls – 404 m (1,325 ft) Colonial Creek Falls – 788 m (2,585 ft) Comet Falls - 97 m (318 ft) Depot Creek Falls- 295 m (968 ft) Green Lake Falls – 298 m (978 ft) Mazama Falls - 152 m (499 ft) Morning Star Falls- 402 m (1,319 ft) Palouse Falls - 60 m (200 ft) Pearl Falls - 122 m (400 ft) Rainbow Falls, Stehekin, North Cascades National Park – 312 feet (95 m), flowing year round Rainy Lake Falls - 244 m (801 ft) Seahpo Peak Falls- about 670 m (2,200 ft) Silver Lake Falls - 648 m (2,126 ft) Snoqualmie Falls – 82 m (269 ft) Spokane Falls - 44.5 m (146 ft) Among the largest urban waterfalls in the United States, flowing year round Sulphide Creek Falls – 665 m (2,182 ft) West Virginia [edit ] Wisconsin [edit ] Big Manitou Falls - 165 ft (50 m). in Douglas County Brownstone Falls - 30 ft (9.1 m) in Ashland County Copper Falls - 40 ft (12 m) in Ashland County Foster Falls - 25 ft (7.6 m) in Iron County Little Manitou Falls - 30 ft (9.1 m) in Douglas County Morgan Falls - 80–100 ft in Ashland County Peterson Falls - 35 ft (11 m) in Iron County Potato Falls - 90 ft (27 m) in Iron County Saxon Falls - 90 ft (27 m) in Iron County Superior Falls - 27 m (89 ft) on the Montreal River into Lake Superior Wyoming [edit ] South America [edit ] Argentina [edit ] Brazil [edit ] Chile [edit ] Colombia [edit ] Guyana [edit ] Paraguay [edit ] Peru [edit ] Venezuela [edit ] Oceania [edit ] Australia [edit ] New South Wales [edit ] Northern Territory [edit ] Queensland [edit ] South Australia [edit ]
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