A closeup of Linville Falls with faint reflections of the waterfall
Upper Linville Falls has cascading layers of mini waterfalls
Upper Linville Falls cascades down in a pair of synchronous waterfalls framed by 20-foot-tall outcrops.
Linville Falls is a waterfall located in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina. The falls move in several distinct steps, beginning in a twin set of upper falls, moving down a small gorge, and culminating in a high-volume 45-foot drop. It is named for the Linville River, which goes over the falls.
The natural beauty of North Carolina as evidenced by a waterfall, blue sky, striking cloud formations, mountains, and greenery.
Good luck to the golfer putting on this green with the sight and sound of a waterfall
The Yosemite Falls consist of three sections:
- Upper Yosemite Fall: The 1,430-foot (440 m) plunge alone is among the twenty highest waterfalls in the world. The upper fall is formed by the swift waters of Yosemite Creek, which, after meandering through Eagle Creek Meadow, hurl themselves over the edge of a hanging valley in a spectacular and deafening show of force.
- Middle Cascades: Between the two obvious main plunges there are a series of five smaller plunges collectively referred to as the Middle Cascades. Most viewpoints in the valley miss them entirely.
- Lower Yosemite Fall: The final 320-foot (98 m) drop adjacent to an accessible viewing area, provides the most-used viewing point for the waterfalls. Yosemite Creek emerges from the base of the Lower Fall and flows into the Merced River nearby.