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.
Brandywine Falls is a spectacular plunge waterfall near the Sea to Sky Highway (Whistler). The Brandywine Creek drops 70m into a shallow pool.
Immortalised by Ansel Adams, Bridalveil Fall is one of Yosemite’s most iconic waterfalls. It falls 188m and can be seen from a number of vantage points.
Canyon Falls in is a small and secluded waterfall in Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park (Big Sur), reached by a short walk through tall redgum forest.
A spectacular waterfall, Hanakapiai Falls plunges over the tall cliffs of the Na Pali coast into a deep swimming holes at its base.
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.
High Falls is reached via a fairly demanding hike. The waterfall plunges down a steep box canyon, before reaching the Squamish River.
A spectacular waterfall along the Californian Big Sur coastline, McWay Waterfall drops 25m directly onto the beach at McWay Cove.
Mooney Falls is the highest waterfall along Havasu Creek in the Havasu Canyon. It's a stunning waterfall that drops 65m into a large pool.
A small cascade along Water Canyon in Bryce Canyon National Park, Mossy Cave Waterfall is in a spectacular desert setting.
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.
The picturesque Ribbon Falls in the Grand Canyon is reached via a short side-trip from the North Kaibab Trail.
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.