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The Most Gorgeous Waterfall in Every State

Reader's Digest Logo By Tina Donvito of Reader's Digest | Slide 1 of 51: Last but possibly most well known is the magnificent Lower Falls of the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone National Park. At 308 feet high, the falls can be seen from various viewpoints in the area, including the aptly-named Artist Point; the view looks like a painting and has inspired many to try and capture its beauty. During Lower Falls' highest flow, 63,500 gallons of water per second plunge over the falls. It's truly an American landscape not to be missed. For lesser known parks, check out these practically secret national parks.

Can a bucket list have 50 entries? Your's may soon have a few more after you check out these top beauties all around the country.

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