Just a few of the 17,000 documented waterfalls in the US and over 1,700 named waterfalls in Canada…
Beaver Falls is a series of stunning cascades along Havasu Creek in the Havasu Canyon. It's the fourth and last waterfall along the creek, as you descend from Supai village.
Havasu Falls (also called Havasupai Falls) is the most popular waterfall along Havasu Creek in the Havasu Canyon. The turquoise water drops about 30m into a swimming hole.
Navajo Falls is one of the many stunning waterfalls along Havasu Creek in the Havasu Canyon. It's reached via a long overnight hike into the canyon.
A small but powerful cascade along Olesen Creek, which has smoothed an enormous tree root, The waterfall is along the Stawamus Chief trail.
A small but powerful waterfall, Roaring River Falls in Kings Canyon is formed by the Roaring River crashing down a narrow chute into a deep pool.
Supplying all of the water to the Grand Canyon North Rim and and South Rim, Roaring Springs cascades down a sheer cliff to form Bright Angel Creek.
The third-highest waterfall in British Columbia, Shannon Falls cascades 335m down a granite cliff. A walking trail provides access to two lookouts.