At-a-glance table for selecting waterfalls by scenic rating, form, how to access, best season to go, and defining characteristics
* 70 all-new waterfall entries in this 5th edition, bringing the total to more than 700!
Let mapmaker and waterfall junkie Greg Plumb be your guide to a perfectly formed punchbowl falls, a cataract viewed from a swinging bridge, or a horsetail waterfall visible right from the road. This exhaustive guide helps you visit the best of the Pacific Northwest’s waterfalls, with each waterfall keyed for accessibility by car, on foot, or by canoe or raft and rated for magnitude and aesthetic value. He notes which falls can be seen right from the road, are viewed from a swinging footbridge, descend from glacial meltwaters, were formed by the eruption of Mount Saint Helens, or have salmon attempting to jump them.
This new edition includes 70 new waterfalls, 19 new maps (and all maps are redesigned), more than 50% new photographs, and a new “Waterfall Computer Companion” that features the more than 100 “one-star” waterfalls in an online companion site.