8 Most Thrilling Waterfalls in the U.S.


Ousel Falls, Montana

The 100-foot Ousel Falls in Big Sky, Montana, is a 1.6-mile round-trip hike from Ousel Falls Park. The course includes three bridges, wooded trails, and the Gallatin River. Picnic by the waterfall's pool before hiking the route.


Toquerville Falls, Utah

Toquerville Falls, a two-tiered waterfall that flows down red rocks in Utah's southwestern desert, is a must-see. Only a hard dirt path leads to the stunning, granite cascades. Many pools with mountain views allow visitors to cool off.


Snoqualmie Falls, Washington

It's peaceful with stunning views. Greenery and hiking pathways abound. Snoqualmie Falls, behind Mount Rainier, receives 1.5 million people annually.


El Yunque National Forest, Puerto Rico

Any trail in this tropical paradise leads to stunning waterfalls. The 35-foot La Mina Falls and La Canoa Falls, home to the El Hippie pool, are nearby.


Multnomah Falls, Oregon

Advanced and novice hikers should visit. The trail is easy and the falls are stunning. Greenery and fauna surround the falls.

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Yosemite National Park, California

osemite National Park has my favorite U.S. waterfalls. Vernal Falls is shorter and wider yet flows strongly. The main attraction is Lower Yosemite Falls' height and hike. Bridalveil Falls sprays everywhere, so if you're prepared to get soaked, it's fun.


Waimoku Falls, Hawaii

The most fascinating part of this tour is hiking through a deep bamboo forest, and the pleasant whispering of bamboo leaves and occasional sunshine filtering through the dense canopy contribute to the calm.


Niagara Falls, New York

Niagara Gorge Rim Trail offers stunning views of the region. Niagara Falls State Park's Prospect Point and Terrapin Point offer great cascade views from the hike.

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