Who doesn’t want to go chasing waterfalls? While California is celebrated for its gorgeous coastlines, the forest shouldn’t be overlooked. We’re always scouting out scenic spots to take a dip but the Golden State has really outdone itself at these spots. If you’re in the mood for adventure, we’ve gathered a list of the biggest waterfalls in California that will blow you away.\nYosemite Falls\nPrice: $30 park admission per vehicle\nLocation: Yosemite Village, California\nWhy You Should Go: Yosemite Falls is the tallest waterfall in North America and the third-tallest in the world! It falls in three tiers, the Upper Yosemite Fall, Middle Cascades, and Lower Yosemite Falls. The entire waterfall has a 2,425-foot plunge.\nView this post on Instagram [ ✨ For the #travelmonday of today I chose a photo of the highest #waterfall of the #yosemitenationalpark, the amazing #yosemitefalls. Isn’t it beautiful? ] A post shared by Alessia Morello| Outdoor Girl🌻 (@theitaliansmoothie) on Nov 25, 2019 at 9:58am PST\nWebsite\nRainbow Falls\nPrice: $10 per person for a shuttle service to the falls\nLocation: Mammoth Lakes, California\nWhy You Should Go: This towering 102-foot tall waterfall is framed by double rainbows.\nView this post on Instagram 2019 vs 2018, 😍😍😍 A post shared by Diana (@deeanster) on Nov 20, 2019 at 7:22pm PST\nWebsite\nTokopah Falls\nPrice: $35 admission per vehicle\nLocation: Sequoia National Park, California\nWhy You Should Go: At 1,200 feet, Tokopah is the largest waterfall in Sequoia National Park.\nView this post on Instagram Difficult roads often lead to beautiful destinations. 💕🤗 Happy Monday loves // Los caminos difíciles a veces conducen a hermosos destinos. 💕🤗 Feliz Lunes Bellos A post shared by Vane Campos | Book of Travels (@vanessacampos) on Jul 1, 2019 at 5:38am PDT\nWebsite\nMcArthur Burney Falls\nPrice: $8 entrance fee\nLocation: Burney Falls, California\nWhy You Should Go: This easy 1.3-mile hike will take you right to the base of a gorgeous 129-foot waterfall. You can also swim in the blue waters of nearby Lake Britton and explore all the hidden coves around the waterfalls.\nView this post on Instagram When Northern California can’t decide if it’s fall or if it’s Hawaii 😍 - This place brings back A TON of nostalgia for me because I used to camp here as a kid with my family every year. My family rent a little fishing boat and then not fish, just tool around Lake Britton, go down to the falls at least 3x a day and dare ourselves to dip a toe in the 45F waters 🤣 - Is there a place that brings you nostalgia?? Tell me 🙃 A post shared by Nicole Kristin 💛🤙🏼 (@wheretopeanut) on Oct 6, 2019 at 9:04pm PDT\nWebsite\nMcWay Falls\nPrice: $10 per vehicle admission fee\nLocation: McWay Falls, Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park, Big Sur, California\nWhy You Should Go: You can take pics by a massive 80-foot waterfall cascading onto the beach. Did we mention the water is bright turquoise? While visitors aren't allowed on the shores, the view from above is incredible.\nView this post on Instagram A dream of paradise🌴🌊 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #mydailyvalidation #artofmobile #mobigrapher #mobilephotography #outofthephone #shotonpixel #mypixeldiary #oph #ig_myshots #worldwide_photo #wildernesstones #naturevibes #moody_nature #moodygrams #vibesofvisuals #agameoftones #travelphotography #MaiBhiSadakChap #passionpassport #folkvibe #meetthemoments #worldnomads #traveldaily #exploretheworld #travelthroughtheworld #californiacoast #visitcalifornia #McWayFalls #travelwithAnunay A post shared by Tapan (@marcusaurorelius) on Nov 20, 2019 at 10:31pm PST\nWebsite\nIllilouette Falls\nPrice: $30 park admission per vehicle\nLocation: Yosemite National Park, California\nWhy You Should Go: These 370-foot falls come with an iconic view of Half Dome.\nView this post on Instagram If you could see what I see, you’d be blinded by the colors🌈 A post shared by HH🌵 (@heidihennesay) on Jun 19, 2019 at 4:25pm PDT\nWebsite\nBridal Veil Falls\nPrice: $30 park admission fee per vehicle\nLocation: Bridal Veil Fall, California\nWhy You Should Go: This beautiful 60-foot waterfall is framed by dramatic granite rock formations. You can visit it year-round, unlike some of Yosemite’s other waterfalls.\nView this post on Instagram I didn’t miss it this time 😍😎 OMG, it’s hump day already 😂Have a good one ☝️ A post shared by TK🇻🇳🇺🇸 (@_simplicitytutu22_) on Mar 6, 2019 at 2:07pm PST\nWebsite\nEditor's Note: Some California waterfalls are seasonal; check conditions before you visit.\nWe strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.