Waterfall Trip Guides


Location: Alberta and British Columbia, Canada

The most trees, turquoise colored lakes, and glaciers you've ever seen.


Location: Cascade Locks, Oregon

You've never seen a place so green and you've never seen a place with so many waterfalls.


Location: Escalante, Utah

The largest national monument in the country and it's all yours to explore.  No permit limits, camp wherever you find a camping spot - this is the type of place you can decide to go last minute as long as you have the supplies you need.


Location: Supai, Arizona

Multiple blue waterfalls in the middle of nowhere, this place is a dream and a must see in your lifetime.


Location: Kanarraville, Utah

Located in a slot canyon and much less crowded than Zion National Park, this is a must do side trip if you're heading to Zion.


Location: Lake Tahoe, California & Nevada

Turquoise, blue and green coves in one of the oldest lakes in the world.  Add a few cool waterfalls in for flavor, and you have a full meal of adventure ready for you.


Location: Southern Iceland

Glaciers, Ice caves, waterfalls, and the northern lights.


Location: Yosemite National Park, California

One of the county's most famous national parks with granite domes, giant sequoia trees and 5 of the world's highest waterfalls.