As Temperatures Rise, Northern California Waterfalls are FLOWING

This dramatic rise in temperatures mean that the high-elevation snow is beginning to melt rapidly, creating a perfect time to go see Northern California waterfalls.

Temperatures are beginning to rise dramatically in Northern California, with 100 degree weather scheduled for multiple areas in the valley this week. This rise in temperatures mean that the high-elevation snow is beginning to melt rapidly, creating a perfect time to go see Northern California waterfalls.


Yosemite’s Vernal and Nevada Falls saw the first rush of water this week, as a video posted by Yosemite National Park shows them absolutely gushing right now:


In Lassen Park, the snowmelt is sending a lot of water down the park’s biggest waterfall, Kings Creek Falls:

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Feather Falls was flowing heavier than its normal clip:

And McCloud Falls looks stunning right now:

Can’t wait for my next trip! 😭

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And we certainly can’t leave out Burney Falls, which looks absolutely right now:

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