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Breathtaking Waterfall Destinations In The USA

Havasu Falls, Grand Canyon, Arizona

To beat the scorching heat of summers, waterfalls are the best way to rejuvenate and get a splash of water to feel fresh all over again.  When it comes to breathtaking waterfalls, the USA has the best number of such destinations which are well connected for transport, safe and extravagantly good in landscapes.

With its diverse states and friendly local crowd, traveling for waterfalls in the USA is a great choice. Here we bring the list of breathtaking waterfall destinations in the USA for an unforgettable experience:

  1. Havasu Falls, Grand Canyon, Arizona: For the adventure lovers,  Arizona brings out an excellent waterfall and natural pool atmosphere. The year-round temperatures here average around 70 F which is quite comfortable for outdoor activities. The waterfalls are actually managed by the local tribes and because of this reason, the entry is limited. So it is better to get reservations much before to secure a smooth journey!
    Havasu Falls, Grand Canyon, Arizona
  2. Triple Falls, Western Gorge, Oregon: High in the Multnomah Falls areas of the Columbia River Gorge in western Gorge, this falls is named as triple for good reasons. The way round rock formations around the waterfalls bring about a 64-foot plunge over the ledge. A moderately steep 5 mile round trip hiking is quite comfortable to achieve.
    Triple Falls, Western Gorge, Oregon
  3. Waimoku Falls, Maui, Hawaii: These falls are on the Pipwai Trail which has 800 feet elevation along the four-mile round trip hike. The hikers can also see this 185-foot Makahiku falls on the way which is surrounded by pristine bamboo forest. Swimming is also possible here because the water is not that deep.
    Waimoku Falls, Maui, Hawaii
  4. Blackwater Falls, Davis, West Virginia:  Because of the presence of dark water, this falls is perhaps named blackwater. The water comes from five stories into the river to give  splashy experience. The falls are open all year round, with a breathtaking array of wildflowers, panoramic views, and a winter sled run.
    Blackwater Falls, Davis, West Virginia
  5. Shoshone Falls, Twin Falls, Idaho: Popularly known as Niagara of the West, Shoshone falls is 212 feet which is 36 feet taller than Niagara Falls! The most powerful waterfalls of this region, the falls can take the form of a few trickling streams or a solid wall of water to give a magical experience.  Spring and early summer are the best seasons to visit this falls. There are recreational areas nearby with water sports such as canoeing, kayaking and paddle boating along the Snake River.
    Shoshone Falls, Twin Falls, Idaho
  6. Keystone Canyon Waterfalls, Valdez, Alaska:  Who wouldn’t fancy looking at a frozen waterfall? Just situated at 15 miles outside Valdez, Bridal Veil waterfalls offers such magical experience. For those hikers who prefer to directly go near the falls by crossing the glaciers, the two-mile Valdez Goat Trail has a great vantage point for about a mile. For the adventurous travelers, the ice climb route is the most accessible, lengthiest and widest ice climbs along the Keystone Canyon. Because it is close to the oceans, the temperatures are quite freezing rather than the sub-arctic temperatures in the other parts of the canyon.
    Keystone Canyon Waterfalls, Valdez, Alaska

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Dr. Amarendra Bhushan Dhiraj
Dr. Amarendra Bhushan Dhiraj is the CEO and editorial director at CEOWORLD magazine, the leading global business magazine written strictly for CEOs, CFOs, top managers, company directors, investors, senior executives, business leaders, and high net worth individuals.
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