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USA WaterFalls to Visit

Saturday, August 23, 2014
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USA Water falls to visit

Of all the natural wonders placed in this world, waterfalls are one of those that capture one’s heart and soul. They are one of those rare but beautiful displays of beauty that capture one’s attention for hours unending. The peace and serenity they associate themselves with has a calming effect on people who frequent them and visit them for the first time. This is the common feature with some of the top Beautiful Waterfalls of USA. They are discussed below.

By Kacie Jones

Multnomah Falls These iconic falls are located on Columbia River Gorge in Oregon. This region is home to many waterfalls but this one stands out because: It is 620ft high, it is an all year waterfall with an arched bridge over it.This allows visitors to enjoy beautiful views of it while maintaining close proximity. It has a historic lodge present that always attracts large groups every year.

Bridal veil fall Bridal veil fall is located in Yosemite National Park in California. The waterfall is much like other waterfalls in terms of size. What makes it stand out is its position. It is located in Yosemite Valley. Yosemite Valley has been referred to as the most beautiful in the world. It is a year-round waterfall. And its aerial views are simply remarkable.

Bridal veil fall

Lower falls, Yellowstone River Tourists and locals alike should not go to Wyoming expecting geysers alone. The Lower Falls located in Yellowstone National Park along the Yellowstone River is a beautiful alternative to consider. This is because that it is strategically located right at the start of the Grand Canyon of the river. The Yellowstone Park is home to a variety of wildlife.

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Yosemite falls, California The Yosemite waterfall is not only considered among the top falls in the USA but also in the world. It is 2425ft high. Tourists and locals alike will enjoy this popular cliff diving location, the drive to the falls is as breathtaking as the falls themselves. Hiking at this location .The only drawback these beautiful falls have is that they are seasonal.

Yosemite falls

Havasu falls, Arizona Anyone looking to admire a waterfall for its serenity and scenic ambience needs to visit this one. It is part of the Havasupai Reservation which is a side canyon of the Grand Canyon. What people yet to visit this waterfall are missing include a chance to look at one of the most stunningly located waterfalls, Havasu Creek’s blue green waters, Green surroundings .a chance to visit the Grand Canyon. This is probably the nation’s highly visited park.

Havasu falls

Niagara Falls The Niagara falls are definitely the most popular falls in the USA. It is superior to all other waterfalls in the US in terms of Power, Magnitude and Popularity. It is in the top 3 of the world’s biggest waterfalls and is sure to be a treat for anyone visiting for the first time.

Niagara falls

 

These are some of the most beautiful waterfalls in the USA. Tourists planning their next travel itinerary may consider adding these locations to their list. One may consider applying for an esta first before beginning their planning arrangements.

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My mat has always been my private mirror ...Showing me my strength and weaknesses and my ability to push through when I’m stuck. It has me flirting with patience and, hope that one day, I might acquire it. It has been helping me shift my perspective and release the ‘need to control everything’ side of me... but still keep the organized side of me. 
Letting go is part of my healing process, whether it’s a posture that I need to fall into or catching my breath... because healing, is my responsibility... and no one else’s. 
These series of photos reminds of me a moment of achievement. The moment I’ve always wanted to sail in the Arctic dream a year ago, turned into a reality.
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I struggle to find the words to describe this feeling, because no words are strong enough. This was taken a little past midnight while sailing in the arctic on our @travelwithtjd - We are launching more TJD trips like those for you to join and experience it together. Follow @travelwithtjd to find out more on how you can join ❤️
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I’d love to read what’s yours!! Everyday, I try to read and write new ones so here goes mine for today and I hope it resonates with you 💕:
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