At its peak in the summer and fall, more than 700,000 gallons of water flow over the falls every second, according to authorities. March 30, 1848: Wanna go there?
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Ice climbing comes with a lot of risk. As it is an enclosed experience, you can zoom down the Class V rapids of the Niagara River surrounded by a majestic, frosty landscape. Multnomah Falls, USA. Protect You Frozen This holiday season, Frozen reminds us that family is the best gift of all. Any savvy Instagrammer will do their homework first, so check out the Niagara Falls USA feed — niagarafallsusa — before venturing out. This breath-taking 190m waterfall reigns high over the Columbia River in Oregon.
This one's easy — you can drive right up to it in Wells Gray Provincial Park. If you're up for braving Northern Iceland in mid-winter, go for it — but don't forget the two-plus hour hike along the Skjalfandafljot river.
A packing tip? This 141m behemoth in interior BC is an ice climber's dream — or nightmare.
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Seeing the Falls in the morning means experiencing this wonder while most visitors are still hitting the breakfast buffet. Got a nifty zoom?
If Helmcken is on your bucket list, guess what? Limit 1 vote per person per day. Niagara Falls State Park Explore over 400 acres of lush landscape, iconic attractions and stunning views at the oldest state park in America.
He has been a News staff reporter since 2007. Hit this iceflow during the Northern Lights to create an epic, once-in-a-lifetime image.
We met on Twitter 5 years ago and now we meet on the ice to train for the 2022 Winter Olympics... To keep the story going, why not spend a night at the Doubletree by Hilton Niagara Falls where rooms come with mood-lit Jacuzzis overlooking the Niagara River.
Pictured L-R: You're going to have to travel halfway to the North Pole from Norway it's the second-most northern populated place in the world... But you can leave it to our friends just across the border in Canada to take a more level-headed approach.