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.
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.
Athirappalli and Vazhachal are situated on the Chalakudy River, which originates from the upper reaches of the Western Ghats. At the entrance to the Sholayar ranges is the largest waterfall in Kerala, Athirapally, which stands tall at 80 feet. Just a short drive from Athirapally, the Vazhachal waterfall is close to dense green forests that are home to many endangered and endemic species of flora and fauna.
The waterfalls are located on the edge of the Sholayar forest ranges are just 5 km apart. This is the only place in the Western Ghats where four endangered Hornbill species are seen. Athirappalli is about 63 km from Thrissur and Vazhachal about 68 km.
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.
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.
The Chachai Falls are located in the Rewa district of the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. The height of the falls is a whopping 130 meters, making them the 23rd highest waterfalls in India. They are created by the River Bihad, a tributary of the River Tamsa or Tons, as it is popularly known as. The Chachai falls are a classic example of a nick point, which is caused by rejuvenation. Knick or nick point or casually called as just ‘nick’ is the break in the slopes of the waterfall. The break results in the vertical fall of water, creating a cascade. These falls have a unique water formation.
The Chachai falls are the 2nd highest falls in the state of MP. The River Bihad plummets down the Rewa plateau in the form of Chachai Falls. The flow of the river, however, has been reduced by the creation of a dam, for generating electricity for the state and providing irrigation facilities around the falls. The Chachai falls are located at a distance of 46 kilometers from Rewa district. These falls are a part of the Chitrakoot Hills of Kaimur mountain range. Rewa district is famous for its delicious mangoes, roaring white tigers and circling Egyptian vultures around the Chachai Falls.
The Thalaiyar Falls are also known as the Rat Tail falls. They are located in the Palani Hills of Dindigul District of Tamil Nadu. Falls height is of 975 ft which are the highest waterfall in Tamil Nadu, and the third highest in the country with a worldwide rank of 267.
The falls got its name as Rat tail falls because it can be spotted as a silver line from a long distance on the way. Tourists are allowed to walk along the wall of the falls and reach the centre of the falls to enjoy them better and have clearer view of the fall.
The waterfall is considered inaccessible to the general public as there is no well-connected road to it. Though hiking to the top of Thalaiyar fall is challenging one need to be cautious while hiking, The hiking path proceed along orchards and fields around the Manjalar Reservoir which also has a small shrine dedicated to Goddess Kamakshi. Myths also hold that Goddess Kamakshi was born at the foot of the waterfall in the bamboo bush due to which the place is called Amma Machhu.
Englishman River Falls Provincial Park, situated along the Englishman River, features a spectacular canyon between two beautiful waterfalls cascading along the descending riverbed. This 97-hectare park offers several walking trails which meander through lush old-growth forests of cedar, arbutus, fir, maple and hemlock along the Englishman River. Gaze up among the tall timbers where fingers of sunlight slant down to the ferns below.
This pictures destination, set a mid a lush old-growth and second-growth forest of Douglas fir, cedar, hemlock and maple, is an ideal location from which to explore and appreciate the incredible diversity of south central Vancouver Island, including nearby Cathedral Grove, the Pacific Rim, and the sandy shores of Parksville and Qualicum.
The Hog’s Back Falls, officially known as the Prince of Wales Falls, but rarely referred to by this name, are a series of artificial waterfalls on the Rideau River in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. The falls are located just north of Mooney’s Bay and the point where the Rideau Canal splits from the Rideau River.
Hog’s Back Park in Ottawa overlooks the spectacular Hog’s Back Falls on the Rideau River. This urban nature park is steeped in history. During the construction of the Rideau Canal (1826–1832), one of the most challenging dam-building projects took place at Hog’s Back. In the Park you will find historical displays, as well as a designated heritage pavilion which has been renovated.