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Kiliyur Falls is a waterfall in the Shervaroyan hill range in the Eastern Ghats, Tamil nadu, India. The waters overflowing the Yercaud Lake fall 300 ft (91 m) into the Kiliyur Valley.

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The falls is situated at a distance of 2.5 km (1.6 mi) from the yercaud lake. The final 500 m (1,600 ft) or so consist only of a rough unpaved steep pathway. But it is a breathtaking sight in the monsoon time when the water levels are at the maximum. The best time to visit this place is immediately after the monsoons.

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Theerarthgarh Falls is situated near Jagdalpur at Kanger Bhatti in the Kanger National Park. This 300 feet fall is an enticing and magnificent one and is also a ‘must see’ destination in the tourist map of Chhattisgarh. The falls is astride the Mugabahar River and the flow is strong.

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There is a Shiva – Parvathi temple at the falls and hence the falls is also a pilgrimage spot. Thousands of devotees converge in this spot on festival days to pay their homage and are also affected by the stupefying sight of the waterfalls. The place is silent and serene and visitors who enjoy the ambience are addicted to this spot. The local people visit the place for picnics and also to escape from the heat during summers and to pay their respects at the temple.

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Deer Creek flows down from springs and through side canyons on the north side of the Colorado River and the Grand Canyon. It is a stunning creek that flows through spectacular canyons as it winds its way toward the Colorado. And it ends its journey with a bang as it plunges 180 feet down Deer Creek Falls. Deer Creek Falls is a spectacular waterfall at the mouth of Deer Creek where it flows into the Colorado River. This is a remote spot, but because it can be accessed both by backpacking or by rafting, it does get significant visitation for a back country attraction.

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Deer Creek Falls, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona

Deer Creek flows down from springs and through side canyons on the north side of the Colorado River and the Grand Canyon. It is a stunning creek that flows through spectacular canyons as it winds its way toward the Colorado. And it ends its journey with a bang as it plunges 180 feet down Deer Creek Falls. Deer Creek Falls can be accessed via backpacking or rafting. To get there via backpacking, you first need to obtain a backcountry camping permit from Grand Canyon National Park, which you can read more about on the NPS website. It’s recommended that you apply for the following itinerary.