Best Waterfalls in USA!
Discover awe-inspiring waterfalls across the US, changing with the seasons. From state parks to mountain ranges, check out waterfalls worth a trip in 2023.
Oregon's tallest waterfall, Multnomah Falls, is a two-tiered cascade with an accessible viewing bridge. Hiking trail to the top and historic lodge on site.
Dry Falls, also known as Upper Cullasaja Falls, is a part of a larger waterfall flow in North Carolina. Walk behind it on a protected path and stay dry.
Wailua Falls, one of Hawaii's lushest sights, has two flowing falls that can merge after big rainstorms. Steep trail to bottom-up view and swimming.
Bridal Veil Falls, a large and famous waterfall in Colorado, is a quick drive from Telluride. Hike 4 miles round-trip to see the two-pronged falls and 1907 hydroelectric power plant.
Yosemite Falls is a popular attraction in Yosemite National Park, with Upper, middle and Lower Falls. Hike 7.2 mi to Upper Falls, or walk 1 mi to Lower Falls.
Grand Falls, on Navajo land, is taller than Niagara, dubbed Chocolate Falls for its muddy cascade, with heavy flows in early spring months.
Easily accessible from a big city, Snoqualmie Falls is worth the half-day trip for its view. Enjoy the gift shop, picnic tables, lodges & spas.
North America's largest falls, Niagara, consists of 3 waterfalls: Horseshoe, American and Bridal Veil Falls, straddling US-Canada border.