In the Wild with Greg Wagner


YES, NEBRASKA HAS WATERFALLS! by Greg Wagner

I was talking with new neighbors on our block in Dundee Omaha today and they just couldn’t believe that Nebraska has any waterfalls whatsoever. Well, new neighbors – Mark and Deb, as promised, this blogs for you! Enjoy seeing some of Nebraska’s pretty waterfalls, all of which are in Cherry County (a county larger than the state of Rhode Island if you didn’t know) and one of my favorite counties in Nebraska. Look below, you can understand why, can’t you? See you out there, or under there!   

Nebraska's tallest waterfall at 65 feet is Smith Falls. It's the heart of Smith Falls State Park east of Valentine and south of Sparks on the popular canoe portion of the Niobrara River. Photo by Mark Churchill of Lincoln, NE.

 

This is Fort Falls on the Fort Niobrara Refuge also east of Valentine on the popular canoe portion of the Niobrara River. Photo by Mark Churchill of Lincoln, NE.

 

Berry Falls along the popular canoeing stretch of the Niobrara River just east of Valentine. Photo by Mark Churchill of Lincoln, NE.

 

Snake River Falls south of Valentine near Merritt Reservoir.

 

Abbott's lockjaw falls on the upper Snake River southeast of Gordon, NE.

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