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The area looks to be kept in great shape. The visitor centre is full of fabulous info about the local ecology. The falls themselves are amazing, definitely do some of the walks to further lookouts and experience the natural beauty of this gorgeous escarpment.
Coffee at the cafe was very average. When you park your car you have to pay a parking fee, but that is the only fee you pay. You won't have to pay to go to the look out. The ladies at the Visitors Centre were very kind and helpful. We engaged with a Parks and Wildlife Officer and she was really interesting to talk to.
She was talking about her experiences and her displays of which she was cleaning and refreshing. We also learnt some things about native birds local to our own area The Visitor Centre was clean and had a restaurant and gift shop. The staff were nice. The trails are well marked and maintained.
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Often this number will be approximated because of a lack of approachability to many waterfalls. We often utilize Google Earth to measure the width where imagery is of sufficient quality and resolution to allow it. Maximum Width represents a hypothetical measurement of roughly how wide a waterfall could get during peak streamflow or flood conditions. For smaller waterfalls, this figure will generally not differ much from the Average Width measurement, but for broader waterfalls - especially those that feature a crest that isn't constricted - this figure can at times be consideraby larger.
Like the Average Width measurement, this measurement will take into account the difference in width at the top and bottom of the waterfall as much as possible, but will often be made based on the width of the crest of th falls alone. The Pitch of a waterfall is an estimated - often very roughly - measure of the average slope or steepness of a waterfall. The Pitch figure only takes into account sections of stream which are actively falling.
Pools or stretches of level stream in between two or more successive drops of the falls will not factor in this figure. As an example, a waterfall which features two truly free-falling leaps separated by several dozen yards of flat stream will have a Pitch of 90 degrees.
Similarly, a waterfall with two drops separated by a pool, one with a true free-falling drop, and one with a Horsetail type fall will average the two, so while the Plunging drop has a Pitch of 90 degrees, if the Horsetail drop has a Pitch of 45 degrees, the total Pitch will be roughly 67 degrees. The Run of a waterfall is a measurement representing the total linear distance on the ground between the top and bottom of a waterfall.
This figure is not often easy to establish with a high degree of precision and as such will often be estimated. Waterfalls with a longer Run will usually either be less steep, often cascading type waterfalls, or will feature multiple steps separated by shorter stretches of a more gradual gradient streambed. The system of classification of waterfall forms we use is a heavily modified derivative of the classifications outlined by Greg Plumb in his "Waterfall Lover's Guide to the Pacific Northwest" books.
While plumb uses eight distnct forms, we wanted further granularity and opted to break down the hierarchy twofold: There are five primary Categories of falls in this system: Additional deliniation is then applied depending on characteristics such as the breadth of the falls, whether it splits into two or more channels, whether it falls in multiple successive drops, etc. For more information on our waterfall form classifications, see the Help page.
The watershed which a waterfall occurs within, if it is specified, will be based on the ultimate distributary watercourse to the ocean. For example, Washington's Palouse Falls occurs along the Palouse River - which is a tributary to the Snake River, which is itself a tributary to the Columbia River, which ultimately enters the Pacific Ocean, so Palouse Falls would then fall within the Columbia River watershed.
Streams which empty directly into the ocean, or into a minor basin which then empties to the ocean will often have this field left blank. The name of the watercourse which the waterfall occurs along.
If the watercourse is not known to have an officially or colloquially recognized name, this field is left blank. The volume of water present in the stream at the location of the waterfall.
This is often the most difficult figure to pin down because accurately measuring streamflow is not a simple process. We will rely on USGS data as much as possible, and attempt to take into account seasonal fluctuations in stream levels if possible. There is no guarantee that this figure will be accurate, and in cases where there is no USGS data to use, it may be a very, very rough estimate at best. If known, the primary source of the watercourse which produces the waterfall will be listed here.
This is helpful in determining whether a waterfall may flow more consistently during certain periods of the year - streams which originate in Springs, Lakes, or Glaciers will often flow more consistently throughout the year than those fueled by simply Runoff.
The source of the stream may also be either unknown or undetermined. A rough estimation of how many months out of the year the stream which produces the waterfall will actually hold water.
The vast majority of waterfalls featured on this website will technically be truly perennial waterfalls those that flow all year long , but some may see their flow dwindle greatly in the late summer months. This figure will not take into account the winter months when the waterfall may freeze, because in such cases the waterfall will very often be inaccessible.
Entries which specify a Flow Consistncy of 12 Months should in general have an acceptable flow at any time of year but may be better during certain periods - see below.
A general estimate of the best period of the year during which time the falls will be considered at optimal conditions, or flowing at their best. There may be variance within the range specified where the flow will be better or worse, but visiting at any time in the range specified if available will generally present the waterfall in its best light. These ads help to pay our bills. Please consider whitelisting this domain in your adblocker to help keep this site running.
No additional waterfalls were found within 5 miles. Click the button below to browse the map instead. By The Numbers The information presented in this table is meant to help identify and clarify the physical aspects of the waterfall for comparative purposes. Total Height The Total Height listed for the waterfall represents the difference in elevation from the top of the uppermost drop, to the bottom of the lowermost drop of the waterfall, including all stretches of interstitial stream in between.
Tallest Drop The Tallest Drop figure represents the height of the largest single drop within a multi-stepped waterfall. Num of Drops The Number of Drops in a waterfall is a tally of the total number of distinct drops which make up the waterfall. Avg Width The Average Width of the waterfall represents the breadth of the waterfall from bank to bank under typical flow conditions, or if the waterfall has been Cataloged, under the conditions which it was most thoroughly surveyed.
Maximum Width Maximum Width represents a hypothetical measurement of roughly how wide a waterfall could get during peak streamflow or flood conditions.
Pitch The Pitch of a waterfall is an estimated - often very roughly - measure of the average slope or steepness of a waterfall.
Run The Run of a waterfall is a measurement representing the total linear distance on the ground between the top and bottom of a waterfall. Form The system of classification of waterfall forms we use is a heavily modified derivative of the classifications outlined by Greg Plumb in his "Waterfall Lover's Guide to the Pacific Northwest" books. Watershed The watershed which a waterfall occurs within, if it is specified, will be based on the ultimate distributary watercourse to the ocean.
Stream The name of the watercourse which the waterfall occurs along. Avg Volume The volume of water present in the stream at the location of the waterfall. Source If known, the primary source of the watercourse which produces the waterfall will be listed here.
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