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The Most Beautiful Waterfall in Every State

1. Alabama

Nestled between Mentone and Fort Payne, DeSoto State Park in northeastern Alabama boasts scenic hiking trails, an Olympic-size swimming pool, and a playground. Visitors can indulge in the beauty of nature and unwind in several accommodation options.

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2. Alaska

A year-round attraction, Keystone Canyon in Alaska showcases some of the state’s best-known waterfalls. Even during freezing temperatures, adventure seekers are drawn to climb the frozen cascades, adding an extra layer of thrill to the experience.

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3. Arizona

Nestled at the bottom of the western Grand Canyon, Havasu Falls in the Havasupai Reservation mesmerizes with its beautiful turquoise pools. The surrounding red rock formations create a stunning contrast, making it a visual feast for nature enthusiasts.

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4. Arkansas

In the Ponca Wilderness, Arkansas, Hemmed-In-Hollow Falls stands tall at 210 feet, making it the highest single-drop waterfall between the Rockies and Appalachians. The approximately 5-mile round-trip hike to the falls offers an adventure amid nature’s grandeur.

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5. California

Yosemite National Park in California is a waterfall paradise. From the iconic Bridalveil Fall to the Mist Trail leading to Vernal Fall and Nevada Fall, and the awe-inspiring Yosemite Falls with its 1,430-foot drop, the park is a haven for waterfall enthusiasts.

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6. Colorado

Glenwood Canyon hosts the breathtaking Hanging Lake in Colorado, fed by crystal-clear waterfalls. The turquoise hue reminiscent of the Caribbean is visible along the steep and challenging mile-long hike to the lake, providing a mesmerizing journey.

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7. Connecticut

Kent Falls State Park in Connecticut features the 70-foot Kent Falls, plunging and cascading down the rocks. A quarter-mile trail alongside the falls offers visitors vantage points to appreciate the beauty of this natural wonder.

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8. Delaware

While Delaware may not boast large waterfalls, Brandywine Creek near Wilmington’s city zoo is home to small, unnamed falls. Though modest in size, these falls add a touch of natural beauty to the state’s landscape.

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