This Waterfall Of Fire In Northern California Needs To Be Seen To Be Believed

Hurry! There’s a unique natural phenomenon taking place right now that you don’t want to miss. Known as Yosemite’s “Firefall”, this is one sight you’ll be glad you made the effort to see for yourself. For just a few weeks out of the year, this one waterfall takes on an extraordinary appearance. Instead of water, the falls looks to be made of fire. It’s an incredible illusion that is bound to blow you away so keep reading to see how it’s even made possible.

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Have you had the pleasure of viewing the “Firefall” in person? What did you think? Let us know in the comments! If you don’t think you’ll make it in time this year, don’t sweat it. Check out this list of 11 Amazing Natural Wonders In Northern California Hiding In Plain Sight, which you can view at any time.