Niagara Falls: More Than Just a Pretty Waterfall

10th April, 2024


Border of Canada (Ontario) and USA (New York)

1: Location

Niagara Falls consists of the American Falls, Horseshoe Falls, and the smaller Bridal Veil Falls.

2: Three Falls, Not One

Incredible flow rate! Over 6 million cubic feet of water plummets over the falls every minute

3: Water Power

The massive flow of water is harnessed to generate hydroelectric power for both Canada and the US.

4: Power Source

Over the years, thrill seekers have attempted to go over the Falls in barrels, tightropes, and more!

5: Daredevils' Delight

During harsh winters, the falls can partially freeze, creating spectacular ice formations.

6: A Freezing Spectacle

The mist from the Falls often creates stunning rainbows, sometimes even double rainbows!

7: Rainbow Central

Lets you walk behind Bridal Veil Falls for an up-close experience.

8 "Cave of the Winds"

Erosion causes the Falls to recede upstream by several feet yearly, a geological process.

9 Slowly Retreating

Niagara Falls is a testament to nature's power, beauty, and ever-changing forces.