2. Kilt Rock Waterfall, Scotland
Hike to the Trotternish Peninsula for spectacular views of Kilt Rock and Mealt waterfall. The Kilt Rock resembles a Scottish kilt. Mealt Falls was named after Loch Mealt, the freshwater lake it feeds. See the magnificent waterfall as it drains vertically into the sea from 170 feet high.
3. Ouzel Falls Trail in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado
This easy, 5.5-mile roundtrip hike from the Wild Basin Trailhead skirts past multiple waterfalls, including Copeland Falls and Calypso Cascades, on its way to Ouzel Falls. You’ll hear Ouzel Falls before you see it—this waterfall positively roars. Watch for the falls’ namesake bird, the ouzel, which plunges into the water below the falls.