14 Waterfalls to explore in United States
Third largest and third most populous country in the world. Size-wise, it is almost as large as the continent of Europe.
This is a beautiful state park which was located in Hawaii. It comprises of so many huge trees and a vast collection of flora and fauna. The main highlight of this state park is the 442 feet high waterfalls named Akaka. The falls can be viewed from several points along a loop trail through the park. This park is a good trekking destination and also an escape from a busy life.
A natural pool that was created when the dome of an underground river collapsed due to massive erosion thousands of years ago. It has been a popular summer swimming spot for Austin visitors and residents. Hamilton Pool Preserve consists of 232 acres of protected natural habitat featuring a jade green pool into which a 50-foot waterfall flows.
Havasu Waterfalls is one of the most stunningly beautiful waterfalls located in the Grand Canyon, Arizona, United States. It is the more famous and most visited of the various falls along Havasu Creek. It consists of one main chute that drops over a 90-to-100-foot vertical cliff into a series of plunge pools.
A 150-foot waterfall located along the Manoa Falls Trail in Honolulu, Hawaii. Many tourists are attracted to the waterfall and the scenery throughout the Manoa falls trail leading up to it. Swimming in the pool below the waterfall is highly discouraged because there is a threat of becoming infected with Leptospirosis. Another attraction near Manoa Falls is the Lyon Arboretum. The Lyon Arboretum preserves many endangered Hawaiian plant species.
Also called as coal canyon falls. This is a waterfall near Oroville, California which is 166 feet high. A small pool at the bottom is home to a California newt subspecies. As a seasonal waterfall, Phantom Falls runs only during the rainy months, late autumn to early spring.