One of the main reasons anyone visits Yosemite is to see the famous waterfalls. Yosemite Falls is one of the tallest waterfalls in North America, with a total drop of 2,425 feet. The Lost Arrow spire is adjacent to Upper Yosemite Fall, 5th in the world, and the upper section along would rank in the top 20.
Staircase Falls: Staircase Falls is in the Falls category for Mariposa County in the state of California. The latitude and longitude coordinates of Staircase Falls are 37.7352037, -119.5748859 and the elevation is 4,400 feet (1,341 meters) above sea level.
Bridalveil Fall :If you have drove into Yosemite Valley, you likely would have noticed Bridalveil Fall on the right side. Like all waterfalls in Yosemite it is best seen in spring when the snow has just begun to melt and the water levels are at their highest.
Chilnuala Falls: Chilnuala Falls is a well-kept secret in Yosemite, simply because the majority of visitors to Yosemite National Park don’t venture out of the Valley. The trail starts around 4,000 ft and you will hike up 2,200 feet to 6,200 ft by the time you reach the top of the falls.
Lower Yosemite Falls :The lower Fall is 320 ft and has a viewing area near the base. Although you may be tempted, do not get too close as the rocks near the base are sharp and very slipper. The walk will take 10 minutes at most, and that’s if you take it extremely leisurely.
Other than this there are many Yosemite waterfalls which you can explore. Yosemite is a place that you will never regret visiting, and somewhere that you will want to come back to. Come enjoy the wonders of Yosemite, you will be glad that you did.