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Jonathan Stull | 03.18.2020

The West Coast states are already primed for waterfalls, lined with mountain ranges, basalt shelfs, sheer granite monoliths, abundant snowpacks and spring time melt. Iconic falls like Multnomah and Yomesite are must-sees no matter the time of year (unless they are dry!), but spring brings the snowmelt and the greatest flows to witness these falls in all their glory . Don’t miss lesser-visited and equally beautiful waterfalls like Panther Creek in Washington, or Alamere Falls in Marin County, California, whose waters fall from a bluff into the Pacific. 

With so much to choose from, picking one to anchor a weekend adventure is no simple task, but we will make that easy for you. The spring will have sprung soon, the rain will stop falling, the clouds will clear, leaving behind longer days and Brobdingnagian cascades. Find yours!

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Oregon

California

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