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Just off the north coast of Africa sits the second most populous of the Canary Islands.
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If the sight of Bridal Veil Falls, Colorado’s tallest free-falling waterfall (at 365 feet) doesn’t take your breath away, the steep hike up will.
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Two national parks, Arches and Canyonlands, lure outdoor enthusiasts to this red rock-speckled domain near Moab, in eastern Utah.

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What happens when a meandering creek suddenly finds no land beneath it and plunges a total of 2,425 feet off the rim of the Sierra Nevada Mountains to the gorges below? More »

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It’s no “wonder” that Iguazu Falls, located on the border between Brazil and Panama, is greater than its name “Big Water” suggests. More »

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When 18th-century explorer James Bruce was seeking the source of the Nile, he stumbled upon the monumental Blue Nile Falls in Ethiopia and put his hands over his ears. More »

 

Today’s Daily Escape is Bad Gastein Waterfall in Salzburg, Austria. More »

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We can’t get enough of these Waterfall Wonders. This particular waterfall consists of a main chute that drops over a 120-foot vertical cliff. Hikers can stop and admire the cascading blue-green water from nearby picnic tables. But where in the world is it? Leave your guess in the comments and then find out »

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