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This is a list of waterfalls of the world by continent. See also List of waterfalls by flow rate.

Contents

Africa

Ouzoud Falls, Morocco
Victoria Falls / Mosi-oa-Tunya, bordering the countries of Zambia and Zimbabwe.
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Angola

Burkina Faso

  • Tagbaladougou Falls

Democratic Republic of the Congo

Central African Republic

  • Matakil Falls

Chad

Ethiopia

Gabon

Ghana

  • Wli Falls
  • Boti Falls
  • Kintampo
  • Aflabo Fall

Guinea

Kenya

  • [thompson falls]]

Lesotho

Madagascar

Mali

Morocco

Namibia

South Africa

Northern Cape

KwaZulu-Natal

Mpumalanga

Uganda

Zambia

Zimbabwe

Eurasia

Asia

Huangguoshu Falls, China

Bangladesh

Cambodia

China

East Timor

  • Bandeira, close to Atsabe

India

Jog Falls during Monsoon

Indonesia

Iran

  • Abshar Doughoolo (Twin Falls)
  • Atashgah Falls
  • Bahram Beigy Waterfall
  • Bisheh Falls
  • Boll Waterfall
  • Ganjnameh Waterfall
  • Golestan Falls
  • Lar Waterfall
  • Margoon Waterfall
  • Masoule Falls
  • Semirom Falls
  • Shalmash Falls
  • Shekarab waterfall

Japan

  • Fukuroda Falls - 120 m (390 ft)
  • Hannoki Falls - The tallest falls in Japan, 497 m (1,631 ft); Only flows from April to July.
  • Kegon Falls - 97 m (318 ft) infamous for suicides
  • Nachi Falls - Well known falls in Japan, 133 m (436 ft)
  • Nunobiki Falls - 120 m (390 ft) in four cascades, of great cultural significance, considered a meisho, or "famous site"
  • Shindō Falls - 83 m (272 ft) high, and, after rain, large in volume
  • Shōmyō Falls - The tallest year-round waterfall in Japan, at 349 m (1,145 ft)

Korea

The first two falls of Cheonjeyeon Waterfall, South Korea

Laos

Malaysia

Mongolia

  • Ulaan Tsutgalan Waterfall - 20 m drop. On a tributary of the Orkhon River.

Philippines

Singapore

Sri Lanka

Taiwan

Thailand

Vietnam

  • Dam Ri Waterfall - 90 meters
  • Xung Khoeng Waterfall - 40 meters
  • Ban Gioc Waterfall - 30 meters
  • Pongour waterfall, near Đà Lạt [1]
  • Prenn Waterfall, Đà Lạt
  • Pong Gua Falls
  • Thac Voi (Elephant Waterfall) - Lam Ha district, Lam Dong province

Europe

Dettifoss in northern Iceland. Considered to be the most powerful in Europe

Austria

Belgium

  • Coo Waterfalls - 15 m

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bulgaria

Czech republic

The highest waterfall in the Czech republic - Pančava waterfall.
  • Pančavský vodopád (Pančava waterfall) - the highest waterfall in the Czech republic, Krkonoše (Giant Mountains), 148 m
  • Horní Úpský vodopád (Horni Upa waterfall) - the highest altitude of all Czech waterfalls, Krkonoše (Giant Mountains), 129 m
  • Pudlavský vodopád (Pudlava waterfall) - Krkonoše, Giant Mountains, 122 m
  • Rudické propadání (Rudice sink) - subterranean, in a karst cave, Moravský kras (Moravian Karst), 90 m
  • Dvorský vodopád (Dvorsky waterfall)- Krkonoše (Giant Mountains), 68 m
  • Dolní Úpský vodopád (Dolni Upa waterfall) - Krkonoše (Giant Mountains), 45 m
  • Labský vodopád (Elbe waterfall)- Krkonoše (Giant Mountains), 35 m
  • Velký Štolpich - Jizerské hory (Jizera Mountains), 30 m
  • Vysoký vodopád (High waterfall) - Jeseníky (Jeseniky), 28 m
  • Kýšovický vodopád (Kýšovice waterfall) - Krušné hory (Ore mountains), 26 m

Estonia

Finland

Pihtsusköngäs is one of the most powerfull waterfalls in Finland.
Hepoköngäs, Finland
  • Auttiköngäs
  • Fiellun putous
  • Hepoköngäs
  • Jyrävä
  • Kitsiputous - Probably the highest one in Finland
  • Kiutaköngäs
  • Koivuköngäs
  • Komulanköngäs
  • Korkeakoski
  • Pihtsusköngäs - Probably the highest free-falling one in Finland with 17 meters.

France

  • Cascade Arpenaz
  • Cascade Berard
  • Cascade Bergerac
  • Cascade Brezons
  • Cascade D'auzet
  • Cascade Druise
  • Cascade Du Dard
  • Cascade Du Moulin Du Saut
  • Cascade Du Pont D'Aptier
  • Cascade Du Ray
  • Cascade Du Sartre
  • Cascade Faillitoux
  • Cascades Herisson
  • Cascade Piche
  • Cascade Queue Cheval
  • Cascade Queureuilh
  • Cascade Quinquenouille
  • Cascade Roucole
  • Cascade Rouget
  • Cascade Salins
  • Cascade Seythenex
  • Cascade Sillans
  • Cascade Tarn
  • Gavarnie Falls
  • Grande Cascade Du Moulinet
  • Saut Du Doubs
  • Trou de Fer waterfalls, on Reunion Island

Germany

Hungary

  • Lillafüred
  • Fátyol-vízesés
  • Ilona-völgyi-vízesés
  • Ördögmalom-vízesés

Iceland

Ireland

Italy

Latvia

  • Abavas rumba
  • Ventas rumba (the widest waterfall in Europe—120 m, but it is not high—2.3 m)

Republic of Macedonia

Norway

see also Category:Waterfalls of Norway

Vøringsfossen, Norway

Poland

Portugal

  • Cascata da Ribeira Grande (Fajãzinha, Azores) - 300 m (tallest of around 20 waterfalls at this location, some falling into the sea)
  • Cascata de Fisgas do Ermelo - 200 m
  • Cascata do Poço do Bacalhau (Fajã Grande) - 90 m
  • Frecha da Mizarela - 75 m
  • Água Cai d`Alto - 60 m
  • Faia da Água Alta - 35 m
  • Pitões das Júnias - 30+ m
  • Peneda - 30 m
  • Cascata das 25 Fontes (25 Fontes Falls) (Madeira) - 30 m
  • Cabreia - 25 m
  • Pulo do Lobo - 20+ m
  • Fraga da Pena - 20 m
  • Açude de Valverde - 6+ m
  • Vale do Muro - S. Jorge da Beira - 4,23 m

Russia

Serbia (Kosovo)

Slovakia

  • Batizovské Vodopád - High Tatras
  • Biely Potok Vodopád - Slovenský raj
  • Hviezdoslav Vodopád (15 m) - High Tatras
  • Kmeť Vodopád (80 m) - High Tatras
  • Obrovský Vodopád (20 m) - High Tatras
  • Studený Potok Vodopád - High Tatras
  • Skok Vodopád - High Tatras
  • Vajanský Vodopád (30 m) - High Tatras
  • Šutovsky Vodopád- One of the falls most sought by tourists

Slovenia

Sweden

  • Njupeskär (125 m)
  • Västanåfallet (90 m)
  • Fettjeåfallet (60 m)
  • Hällingsåfallet (43 m)
  • Tännforsen (38 m)
  • Styggforsen (36 m)
  • Trollhättefallen (32 m)
  • Hallamölla (23 m)
  • Ristafallet (14 m)

Switzerland

The Rhine Falls, largest in Europe

Turkey

United Kingdom

England
Scotland
Wales

Ukraine

North America

Belize

Canada

Niagara Falls

Costa Rica

Greenland

Guatemala

  • Salto de Chilascó Waterfall
  • Tzuul Tak´a, Waterfall
  • Pajaj Waterfall

Guadeloupe

Jamaica

Mexico

Saint Lucia

United States

Havasu Falls, Arizona
American Falls, New York

Alaska

Alabama

Arkansas

Arizona

California

Colorado

Florida

  • Falling Waters Falls - 22.3 m (73 ft). Tallest waterfall in Florida. Unusual cascade that drops from limestone outcropping into a sinkhole.

Georgia

Hawaii

Idaho

Kentucky

Maryland

  • Cunningham Falls – 26 m (78 ft), cascading waterfall
  • Great Falls of the Potomac - 16 m (76 ft), cascading waterfall
  • Kilgore Falls - 5 m (17 ft),free-falling
  • Muddy Creek Falls – 17 m (53 ft), the highest free falling waterfall in Maryland
  • Swallow Falls - 5 m (16 ft), cascading waterfall

Michigan

Minnesota

Montana

New Jersey

New York

North Carolina

Oklahoma

Oregon

  • Multnomah Falls – 189 m (620 ft) in two steps of 165 m and 21 m (542 ft then 69 ft), flowing year-round
  • Toketee Falls – 36 m (120 ft) in two steps, the latter of which is over columnar basalt
  • Watson Falls – 83 m (272 ft) sheer
  • Willamette Falls – 12 m (40 ft), 1500 ft (460 m) wide, flowing year-round

Pennsylvania

South Carolina

South Dakota

Tennessee

Utah

Virginia

  • Crabtree Falls - 366 m (1,200 ft), this cascading waterfall features a drop of 122 m (400 ft); it is the tallest waterfall east of the Mississippi River and has the tallest single drop east of the Mississippi River

Washington

West Virginia

Wisconsin

  • Big Manitou Falls - 165 ft (50 m). in Douglas County
  • Brownstone Falls - 30 ft (9.1 m) in Ashland County
  • Copper Falls - 40 ft (12 m) in Ashland County
  • Foster Falls - 25 ft (7.6 m) in Iron County
  • Little Manitou Falls - 30 ft (9.1 m) in Douglas County
  • Morgan Falls - 80-100 ft in Ashland County
  • Peterson Falls - 35 ft (11 m) in Iron County
  • Potato Falls - 90 ft (27 m) in Iron County
  • Saxon Falls - 90 ft (27 m) in Iron County
  • Superior Falls - 27 m (90 ft) on the Monteral River into Lake Superior

Wyoming

Oceania

Australia

Apsley Falls, Walcha, NSW

New South Wales

Northern Territory

Jim Jim Falls during the wet season, Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory
Wallaman Falls, Queensland

Queensland

Tasmania

Victoria

Hopetoun Falls, Victoria, Australia

Hawaiian Islands

Akaka Falls, Hawaii

New Zealand

French Polynesia

Tahiti

  • Fachoda Falls

South America

Argentine

Brazil

Chile

Colombia

Guyana

Paraguay

  • Guaira Falls (Sete Quedas) - on the Brazil-Paraguay border

Peru

Gocta Waterfall, in Peru

Venezuela

References

External links


This is a list of waterfalls of the world by continent. See also List of waterfalls by height, List of waterfalls by flow rate and List of waterfalls by type.

Contents

Africa

, Morocco]]

/ Mosi-oa-Tunya, bordering the countries of Zambia and Zimbabwe.]]

Angola

Burkina Faso

  • Tagbaladougou Falls

Burundi

Democratic Republic of the Congo

Central African Republic

  • ashima Falls

Chad

Ethiopia

Gabon

Ghana

  • Wli Falls
  • Boti Falls
  • Kintampo
  • Aflabo Fall

Guinea

Kenya

Lesotho

Libya

Madagascar

Mali

Morocco

Namibia

South Africa

Northern Cape

KwaZulu-Natal

Mpumalanga

Uganda

Zambia

Zimbabwe

Eurasia

Asia

, China]]

Bangladesh

Cambodia

China

Hong Kong
  • Ng Tung Chai
  • Mirror Pool Waterfall

East Timor

  • Bandeira, close to Atsabe

India

during Monsoon]]

Indonesia

Iran

  • Abshar Doughoolo (Twin Falls)
  • Atashgah Falls
  • Bahram Beigy Waterfall
  • Bisheh Falls
  • Boll Waterfall
  • Ganjnameh Waterfall
  • Golestan Falls
  • Lar Waterfall
  • Margoon Waterfall
  • Masoule Falls
  • Semirom Falls
  • Shalmash Falls
  • Shekarab waterfall

Japan

  • Fukuroda Falls - 120 m (390 ft)
  • Hannoki Falls - The tallest falls in Japan, 497 m (1,631 ft); Only flows from April to July.
  • Kegon Falls - 97 m (318 ft) infamous for suicides
  • Nachi Falls - Well known falls in Japan, 133 m (436 ft)
  • Nunobiki Falls - 120 m (390 ft) in four cascades, of great cultural significance, considered a meisho, or "famous site"
  • Shindō Falls - 83 m (272 ft) high, and, after rain, large in volume
  • Shōmyō Falls - The tallest year-round waterfall in Japan, at 349 m (1,145 ft)

Korea

, South Korea]]

Laos

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Malaysia

poep en poep

Mongolia

  • Ulaan Tsutgalan Waterfall - 20 m drop. On a tributary of the Orkhon River.

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Philippines

Singapore

Sri Lanka

Taiwan

Thailand

Vietnam

  • Dam Ri Waterfall - 90 meters
  • Xung Khoeng Waterfall - 40 meters
  • Ban Gioc Waterfall - 30 meters
  • Pongour waterfall, near Đà Lạt[1]
  • Prenn Waterfall, Đà Lạt
  • Pong Gua Falls
  • Thac Voi (Elephant Waterfall) - Lam Ha district, Lam Dong province

Europe

in northern Iceland. Considered to be the most powerful in Europe]]

Austria

  • Krimmler Wasserfälle - 340 m

Belgium

  • Coo Waterfalls - 15 m

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bulgaria

Croatia

Czech republic

.]]

  • Pančavský vodopád (Pančava waterfall) - the highest waterfall in the Czech republic, Krkonoše (Giant Mountains), 148 m
  • Horní Úpský vodopád(Horni Upa waterfall) - the highest altitude of all Czech waterfalls, Krkonoše (Giant Mountains), 129 m
  • Pudlavský vodopád(Pudlava waterfall) - Krkonoše, Giant Mountains, 122 m
  • Rudické propadání(Rudice sink) - subterranean, in a karst cave, Moravský kras (Moravian Karst), 90 m
  • Dvorský vodopád (Dvorsky waterfall)- Krkonoše (Giant Mountains), 68 m
  • Dolní Úpský vodopád(Dolni Upa waterfall) - Krkonoše (Giant Mountains), 45 m
  • Labský vodopád(Elbe waterfall)- Krkonoše (Giant Mountains), 35 m
  • Velký Štolpich - Jizerské hory (Jizera Mountains), 30 m
  • Vysoký vodopád(High waterfall) - Jeseníky (Jeseniky), 28 m
  • Kýšovický vodopád(Kýšovice waterfall) - Krušné hory (Ore mountains), 26 m

Estonia

Finland

is one of the most powerful waterfalls in Finland.]]

, Finland]]

  • Auttiköngäs
  • Fiellun putous
  • Hepoköngäs
  • Jyrävä
  • Kitsiputous - Probably the highest one in Finland
  • Kiutaköngäs
  • Koivuköngäs
  • Komulanköngäs
  • Korkeakoski
  • Pihtsusköngäs - Probably the highest free-falling one in Finland with 17 meters.

France

  • Cascade Arpenaz
  • Cascade Berard
  • Cascade Bergerac
  • Cascade Brezons
  • Cascade D'auzet
  • Cascade Druise
  • Cascade Du Dard
  • Cascade Du Moulin Du Saut
  • Cascade Du Pont D'Aptier
  • Cascade Du Ray
  • Cascade Du Sartre
  • Cascade Faillitoux
  • Cascades Herisson
  • Cascade Piche
  • Cascade Queue Cheval
  • Cascade Queureuilh
  • Cascade Quinquenouille
  • Cascade Roucole
  • Cascade Rouget
  • Cascade Salins
  • Cascade Seythenex
  • Cascade Sillans
  • Cascade Tarn
  • Gavarnie Falls
  • Grande Cascade Du Moulinet
  • Saut Du Doubs
  • Trou de Fer waterfalls, on Reunion Island

Germany

Hungary

  • Lillafüred
  • Fátyol-vízesés
  • Ilona-völgyi-vízesés
  • Ördögmalom-vízesés

Iceland

Ireland

Italy

Latvia

  • Abavas rumba
  • Ventas rumba (the widest waterfall in Europe—120 m, but it is not high—2.3 m)

Republic of Macedonia

Norway

see also Category:Waterfalls of Norway , Norway]]

Poland

Portugal

  • Cascata da Ribeira Grande (Fajãzinha, Azores) - 300 m (tallest of around 20 waterfalls at this location, some falling into the sea)
  • Cascata de Fisgas do Ermelo - 200 m
  • Cascata do Poço do Bacalhau (Fajã Grande) - 90 m
  • Frecha da Mizarela - 75 m
  • Água Cai d`Alto - 60 m
  • Faia da Água Alta - 35 m
  • Pitões das Júnias - 30+ m
  • Peneda - 30 m
  • Cascata das 25 Fontes (25 Fontes Falls) (Madeira) - 30 m
  • Cabreia - 25 m
  • Pulo do Lobo - 20+ m
  • Fraga da Pena - 20 m
  • Açude de Valverde - 6+ m
  • Vale do Muro - S. Jorge da Beira - 4,23 m

Russia

Serbia (Kosovo)

Slovakia

  • Batizovské Vodopád - High Tatras
  • Biely Potok Vodopád - Slovenský raj
  • Hviezdoslav Vodopád (15 m) - High Tatras
  • Kmeť Vodopád (80 m) - High Tatras
  • Obrovský Vodopád (20 m) - High Tatras
  • Studený Potok Vodopád - High Tatras
  • Skok Vodopád - High Tatras
  • Vajanský Vodopád (30 m) - High Tatras
  • Šutovsky Vodopád- One of the falls most sought by tourists

Slovenia

Sweden

  • Njupeskär (125 m)
  • Västanåfallet (90 m)
  • Fettjeåfallet (60 m)
  • Hällingsåfallet (43 m)
  • Tännforsen (38 m)
  • Styggforsen (36 m)
  • Trollhättefallen (32 m)
  • Hallamölla (23 m)
  • Ristafallet (14 m)

Switzerland

File:Rhine
The Rhine Falls, largest in Europe

Turkey

United Kingdom

England
Northern Ireland
Scotland
Wales

Ukraine

North America

Belize

Canada

Niagara Falls

Costa Rica

Greenland

Guatemala

  • Salto de Chilascó Waterfall
  • Tzuul Tak´a, Waterfall
  • Pajaj Waterfall

Guadeloupe

Jamaica

Mexico

Saint Lucia

United States

, Arizona]] , New York]]

Alaska

Alabama

Arkansas

Arizona

California

Colorado

Florida

  • Falling Waters Falls - 22.3 m (73 ft). Tallest waterfall in Florida. Unusual cascade that drops from limestone outcropping into a sinkhole.

Georgia

Hawaii

Idaho

Kentucky

Maryland

  • Cunningham Falls – 26 m (78 ft), cascading waterfall
  • Great Falls of the Potomac - 16 m (76 ft), cascading waterfall
  • Kilgore Falls - 5 m (17 ft),free-falling
  • Muddy Creek Falls – 17 m (53 ft), the highest free falling waterfall in Maryland

Michigan

Minnesota

Montana

New Jersey

New York

North Carolina

Oklahoma

Oregon

Pennsylvania

South Carolina

South Dakota

Tennessee

Utah

  • Bridal Veil Falls – 185 m (607 ft) tall double cataract waterfall
  • Calf Creek Falls
  • Stewart Falls

Virginia

  • Cascades - 69 ft, this waterfall is near Pembroke in Giles County; the creek, Little Stony, originates in Mountain Lake and flows into the New River
  • Crabtree Falls - 366 m (1,200 ft), this cascading waterfall features a drop of 122 m (400 ft); it is the tallest waterfall east of the Mississippi River and has the tallest single drop east of the Mississippi River

Washington

West Virginia

Wisconsin

  • Big Manitou Falls - 165 ft (50 m). in Douglas County
  • Brownstone Falls - 30 ft (9.1 m) in Ashland County
  • Copper Falls - 40 ft (12 m) in Ashland County
  • Foster Falls - 25 ft (7.6 m) in Iron County
  • Little Manitou Falls - 30 ft (9.1 m) in Douglas County
  • Morgan Falls - 80–100 ft in Ashland County
  • Peterson Falls - 35 ft (11 m) in Iron County
  • Potato Falls - 90 ft (27 m) in Iron County
  • Saxon Falls - 90 ft (27 m) in Iron County
  • Superior Falls - 27 m (90 ft) on the Montreal River into Lake Superior

Wyoming

Oceania

Australia

New South Wales

Northern Territory

during the wet season, Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory]]

, Queensland]]

Queensland

Tasmania

Victoria

, Victoria, Australia]]

Hawaiian Islands

, Hawaii]]

New Zealand

French Polynesia

Tahiti

  • Fachoda Falls

South America

in Argentina and Brazil.]]

, Chile]]

Argentina

Brazil

Chile

Colombia

Guyana

Paraguay

Peru

  • Gocta
  • Las Tres Hermanas
  • Yumbila Falls

Venezuela

See also

References

External links


Simple English

This is a list of waterfalls.

Contents

Africa

North America

Canada

  • Bow Glacier Falls - Banff National Park
  • Della Falls - highest in Canada
  • Emperor Falls - Mount Robson Provincial Park
  • Hunlen Falls
  • Montmorency Falls, Quebec - 83 m (272 ft)
  • Takakkaw Falls - Yoho National Park
  • Twin Falls - Yoho National Park
  • Canadian Falls, Ontario - part of Niagara Falls, with a 53 m (173 ft) drop

Mexico

  • Basaseachic Falls

United States

(in order of vertical drop)

  • Yosemite Falls, California - highest waterfall in North America with a 436 m (1430 ft) drop followed by a 206 m (675 ft) cascade and another 98 m (320 ft) sheer drop
  • Sulphide Creek Falls, Washington, cascades 2182 ft (665 m)
  • Ribbon Falls, California - 491 m (1612 ft) drop when flowing
  • Silver Strand Falls, California - 357 m (1170 ft) drop when flowing
  • Feather Falls, California - 195 m (640 ft) high when flowing
  • Bridalveil Falls, California - 189 m (620 ft) sheer drop when flowing
  • Multnomah Falls, Oregon - 189 m (620 ft) drop in two steps of 165 m and 21 m (542 ft then 69 ft), flowing year-round
  • Taughannock Falls, New York - 66 m (215 ft) single, vertical drop, flowing year-round
  • American Falls, New York - part of Niagara Falls with a drop of 52 m (170 ft), flowing year-round
  • Burney Falls, California - spring fed, 39 m (129 ft) drop, 4 m&sup3/s (150 ft&sup3/s) constant flow rate.
  • Great Falls of the Passaic River, New Jersey - 23 m (77 ft) drop.
  • Cumberland Falls, Kentucky - 21 m (69 ft) drop, home to moonbows when the moon is full, flowing year-round
  • Indian Chimney Falls, New York - 18 m (60 ft) drop, at Indian Chimney Farm
  • Tahquamenon Falls, Michigan - 15 m (50 ft) drop, 61 m (200 ft) wide
  • Saint Anthony Falls, Minnesota - highest waterfall on the Mississippi River until replaced by dams in the 19th century

South America

Argentina/Brazil

  • Iguaçu Falls

Brazil

  • Tabuleiro Falls

Brazil/Paraguay

  • Guaira Falls

Guyana

  • Kaieteur Falls
  • King Edward VIII Falls

Venezuela

  • Angel - highest waterfall in the world, at 979 m (3,212 ft)
  • Cuquenan Falls

Asia

India

  • jog Falls

Japan

  • Nachi Falls - largest in Japan, over 122 m (400 ft) high

Laos

  • Khone Falls

Sri Lanka

  • Bambarakande Falls - highest in Sri Lanka 263 m high
  • Diyaluma Falls - most famous in Sri Lanka 220 m high
  • Dunhida Falls
  • Lakshapana Falls
  • Bopath Ella

Europe

France

  • Gavarnie Falls

Finland

  • Hepoköngäs
  • Kiutaköngäs
  • Korkeakoski

Greenland

  • Qorlortorsuaq

Iceland

  • Aldeyjarfoss
  • Barnafoss
  • Dettifoss - most powerful in Europe
  • Fjallfoss
  • Gjáin
  • Glymur
  • Goðafoss
  • Gullfoss - largest in Europe
  • Hafragilsfoss
  • Háifoss
  • Hengifoss
  • Hraunfossar
  • Selfoss
  • Seljalandsfoss
  • Skógafoss
  • Svartifoss

Norway

  • Espelandsfossen
  • Kjell Falls
  • Lower Mar Valley Falls
  • Monge Falls
  • Tyssestrengene Falls
  • Upper Mar Valley Falls
  • Utigord Falls
  • Vettis Falls

Slovenia

  • Klonte Falls
  • Lehnjak Falls
  • Rinka Falls
  • Waterfalls of Triglav national park
  • Mostnice Falls
  • Peričnik Falls
  • Savica Falls

Switzerland

  • Engstligen Falls - Adelboden
  • Giessbach Falls - Brienz
  • Reichenbach Falls - Meiringen
  • Rhine Falls
  • Staubbach Falls - Lauterbrunnen
  • Trümmelbach Falls - Lauterbrunnen

United Kingdom

England

  • Gaping Gill - "highest" waterfall in England, with water falling 110m from the surface into an underground cavern
  • High Force - highest above-ground waterfall in England
  • Low Force - downstream from High Force

Scotland

  • Eas Coul Aulin - 200 m (658 ft), highest waterfall in Britain
  • Gray Mares Tail

Wales

  • Hendryd Waterfall
  • Pistyll Rhaeadr - highest waterfall in Wales

Oceania

Australia

  • Jim Jim Falls
  • Montezuma Falls
  • Tin Mine Falls
  • Twin Falls
  • Wallaman Falls
  • Wollomombi Falls
  • Gunlom Falls

Hawaiian Islands

  • Akaka Falls
  • Kahiwa Falls - 530 m (1,750 ft)
  • Kahuna Falls
  • Olo'upena Falls - 900 m (2953 ft) total drop. Moloka'i North shore.
  • Papalaua Falls
  • Rainbow Falls
  • Wailua Falls
  • Waipoo Falls

New Zealand

  • Sutherland Falls - highest waterfall in New Zealand
  • Browne Falls - might also be the highest

Tahiti

  • Fachoda Falls


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