The Niagara State Park, favorably for the public, is open all year. Voyage to the Horseshoe Falls in the Maid of the Mist boat from May through October for a grand sight of the falls. Ride a glass elevator to the Prospect Observation Tower to view Bridal Falls on the Cave of the Winds Tour. The massive 400 acre park offers wildlife, dazzling scenery and more. Don't forget your rain gear. Be sure to visit at night when everything is ablaze with a variety of lights.
This fabulous falls is actually a combination of three falls. The tallest at 1430 feet high is the Upper Yosemite Fall. Flowing into the middle cascade and finally the Lower Yosemite Fall completes the torrent at 320 feet. One of the world's tallest, the falls can be observed from many places in the Yosemite Valley. Two of the most popular prospects are the Yosemite Village and the Yosemite Lodge. For those preferring a closer look, an escorted all day hike is available.
The Snake River has much to offer in the way of bountiful beauty. The most fantastic is the Shoshone Falls. The falls is at its most flourishing in spring and early summer when the snow impacts the flow of water. But there cannot be a time when it is not an incredible vision. The Shoshone Falls is blended with Dierkes Park where visitors can relax while having a picnic and savor the sight of the beautiful natural falls from many points in the park.
The flow of water from an underground springs feeds the tiered Multnomah Falls. Beginning with 542 of upper falls and continuing with the second section of the falls of 69 feet, and 9 feet at the bottom, it totals 620 feet. A massive, fantastic flourish of falls is framed by a lush green forest. A trail leading to Benson Footbridge grants guests a traverse to the lower cascade. If visitors wish to pursue the hike, the trail extends to the upper falls. Once there, feast on a fantastic view of the Columbian Gorge as well as the Little Multnomah falls which is not discernable from the ground.
The Upper and Lower Yellowstone Falls, combined with Crystal Falls is known as the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone. The Upper Falls is a surge of water splashing over rock, framed by lavish trees and vegetation. Hikers who are comfortable with a difficult trail may obtain a better look if they are up to a 500 foot drop down with a 500 foot rise as they rebound. The Lower Falls, actually larger than the Upper Falls, is no less spectacular. A plethora of viewing spaces include the platform at the Brink of the Lower Falls, Red Rock Point and Artist Point, as well as the South Rim Trail.