Yosemite Falls is the tallest waterfall in the Northern part of America. The cascades are runoff by snow down the 2,425 feet drop. The peak flow happens in May. An ice core can be seen at the top of the falls in Winter.
Bridalveil Falls is placed near the entrance of Yosemite valley. During the springtime peak, water roars. The length of this fall is 620-foot. Dancing flow is on display during the rest of the year, except Spring.