• Hanakoa Falls

    The trail is not well maintained and sometimes hard to follow. The trail to the falls begins after the Hanakoa stream crossing, just before the covered shelter on the Kalalau Trail Very narrow and hilly trail and slippery. The waterfall trail is 6 miles off the beginning of the trail read more

  • Akaka Falls

    Self-guided walk through lush tropical vegetation to scenic vista points overlooking the cascading Kahuna Falls and the free-falling ‘Akaka Falls , which plunges 442 feet into a stream-eroded gorge. The 0.4-mile loop footpath requires some physical exertion.

  • Rainbow Falls

    Located in Hilo, Hawaii. It is 80 ft (24 m) tall and almost 100 ft (30 m) in diameter. The falls are part of the Hawaii State Parks. There is no fee to see the falls. Rainbow Falls derives its name from the fact that, on sunny mornings around 10AM, read more

  • Hi’ilawe Falls

    Hiilawe Waterfall (or Hi’ilawe Waterfall) is one of the tallest and most powerful waterfalls in Hawaii located on the Big Island. The waterfall drops about 1,450 feet (442m) with a main drop of 1,201 feet (366m), into Waipio Valley on Lalakea Stream. Lalakea Stream above the falls has been diverted read more

  • Detian Falls

    The world’s fourth largest waterfall along a national border. On the border of Vietnam and China. Best time to see are in the summer, winter the streams are thin and there is much fog. Also called Ban Gioc falls by the Vietnamese. The waterfall drops 98 feet and is separated read more

  • Gleasman Falls

    Rather remote waterfall not the most impressive you will find in New York. 2.5 mile hike one way nice secluded hike. The trailhead to the falls can be found at GPS 43.808376, -75.276155 the falls are only one of a few interesting things on the hike with a few footbridges read more

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