Can waterfalls make you happy? Studies show that the negative ions produced by moving air and water may have a positive effect on your mood. Spend time at these awe-inspiring waterfalls to feel refreshed and rejuvenated.
Rocky Mountain National Park
All but one of Rocky Mountain National Park’s waterfalls require at least a short hike meaning that it’s entirely possible to enjoy a waterfall by yourself. Find out where to go.
Zion National Park
Discover these magnificent waterfalls that appear like oases amid mind-blowing red-rock canyons.
Olympic National Park
With this area’s famous rain comes surging rivers that drop as beautiful waterfalls. Many of these waterfalls are accessible within a short hike. Find out more.
Yosemite National Park
Here are Yosemite’s top six waterfalls and expert tips on how to get the best photos of them.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Want to see a waterfall from the road or break a sweat to see them? Choose between these waterfalls inside the park.
Grand Canyon National Park
You might not expect to find waterfalls in the heart of Grand Canyon, but here are some stunning secret spots.
Yellowstone National Park
First photographed by William Henry Jackson in 1871, this waterfall has captivated the imaginations of explorers, travelers and even legislators for more than 140 years.