10 Most Bizarre Waterfalls in The World

I love waterfalls, they are scary, intense, and humbling. I wish i could get on waterfalls more often to keep learning how to have better lines and dial in the craft. Anyone that runs them often enough knows that they are always different and an intense game to play. Just when you think you have it all figured out, they will remind you not to mess around. There is no one way to run waterfalls, they all are different and even just a few inches of flow can change the line you knew. I still got a lot to learn when it comes to waterfalls, but if you want to see the closest thing to perfection in the art of waterfall running, go check out these bizaare waterfalls. The biggest. The widest. The longest… How many of the world’s bizarre waterfalls have you seen up-close?

1. Horsetail Fall (Yosemite National Park, CA)

Horsetail Fall in California flows only in winter and spring. Most days of its “life” this fall has a regular color. But every February, just for a couple of days, this fall turns into the fire. Lit by the sun, Horsetail Fall reflects orange and red rays.

Can anyone else see Jesus with his golden crowd and God’s hands holding him. I’m not religious but it’s the first thing I saw and wow it took my breath look closely. The greatest place on earth is not Disney.. It’s Yosemite

1. Horsetail Fall (Yosemite National Park, CA)

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