Last Updated on January 7, 2021
Sutherland Falls is sourced by a gorgeous lake and it is 580m tall over 3 distinct leaps. In order to reach it, you will need to get on an overnight trek if you want to see it on foot. Otherwise, you will need the weather to be stable so you can see it from the sky.
Langfoss – Hordaland, Norway
If you raise your head up to 612m, then you will see this monster cascade that creates one of the most gorgeous views in the world. Once you see it, you will feel like you are staring at an Instagram picture that is too beautiful to be real.
Langfoss tumbles down the length of the mountainside, making its way right into the Akra Fjord that is known to be at sea level… The view is something you don’t see every day!
Snow Creek Falls – California, USA
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In Yosemite National Park, Snow Creek Falls is 652m tall and it tumbles into Tenaya Canyon, which makes it one of the hardest-to-find waterfalls in the park. In order to see the entire waterfall, you will need to summit the iconic Half Dome of Yosemite.
Well, it seems like the best excuse to do strenuous trail for the waterfall, so make sure to not miss this opportunity! After all, the Yosemite National Park worth all the adventures because the natural scenes are incredibly breathtaking.
Yosemite Falls – California, USA
Speaking of Yosemite National Park, it is impossible to visit without checking out the tallest waterfalls in North America. The Yosemite Falls drops 2 mighty leaps with cascades in between, and it is over 739m.
The waterfall is the crown jewelry of attractions in the Valley, which rivals El Capitan and Half Dome as Yosemite National Park’s iconic symbols. You can’t visit the park without taking a glamorous look at the Yosemite Falls; one of the world’s tallest waterfalls!
Kjelfossen –Sogn og Fjordane, Norway
Norway is known to be the home of many great waterfalls, and the tallest one is Kjelfossen that is tumbling in many strands into Nærøydalen, the steep Nærøy Valley.