Nature has provided several astonishingly creative sights to California, and Yosemite Falls, Yosemite National Park is one of them. Call it a national park or a paradise, it feels just the same.  The popularity of this awesome National Park emanates from the fact that the lake is seeped by cold water from the melted glaciers. Yosemite falls is settled as the fifth highest waterfall in the world, standing at majestic 2,425 feet. Yosemite Falls are popular among the hikers for its slippery and challenging descents.

The fall is divided into three main areas: Upper Yosemite Fall, Middle Cascades and the Lower Yosemite Fall.

Upper Yosemite Fall – This part of the fall has height of 1,430-feet (440 meters) plunge alone is among the twenty highest waterfalls in the world. The base of base of Upper Yosemite Fall is accessible through the trails from the floor of valley as well as other areas.

Middle Cascades – The cascades constitute series of five smaller plunges with a cumulative drop of 675 feet (206 meters).  Average tourists cannot access the Middle Cascades due to the constricted shape and steep and slippery gorge formation.

Lower Yosemite Fall – The last area of fall is 320-feet (98 meters) drop is the widely viewed area. Yosemite Creek emanates from the base of the Lower Fall and makes a sounding move to the nearby Merced River. The Lower Yosemite Fall gives easy accessibility to tourists.

Best time to visit Yosemite Falls and Yosemite National Park is May and June, when you will feel the nature in its most spectacular form. The water fall within park becomes special attraction during the spring season, when speed of water flow is astronomically high, resounds much. Tourists not only from California but also neighboring states make it a point to visit the National Park, and get relieved in the nature’s most blissful art work.