Whether a it’s a thin stream catapulting over an impossibly high hill, or a cascade of water barreling with incredible power over a lower rocky ledge, the beauty of these natural features is impossible to deny.
This mighty glacier-fed falls is named for the glacial sediment in its waters, which look like gold when hit by the sun.
This gorgeous waterfall, which is located on the Havasupai Indian Reservation, flows into an impossibly turquoise pool.
This 268-foot waterfall is a huge Washington state attraction, and was featured in the Twin Peaks television series.
These falls, also located on the Havasupai Indian Reservation, tumble into limpid travertine pools.
Palouse, located in the sere badlands of Washington, is the state’s official waterfall.
These falls lie on the border between Viet Nam and China, and are the fourth-highest border falls in the world.
A series of sparkling travertine lakes in the UNESCO World Heritage site of Plitvice Lakes National Park are joined by picturesque waterfalls that draw over a million visitors a year.
These mighty falls are considered to be the largest in the world.
These massive falls are also on the border between two countries, and are one of the largest in the world.
Horseshoe Falls are part of the Niagara Falls system, and another border falls between two countries (US and Canada).