Niagara Falls

niagarafalls-featureimageNiagara Falls, more specifically, is the name of three waterfalls – the Horseshoe Falls, the American Falls and the Bridal Veil Falls. The Canadian side of Niagara Falls located between Goat Island and Table Rock is known as the Horseshoe Falls. With the highest flow rate and beauty, Horseshoe Niagara Falls becomes a holiday spot for millions of people every year.

Get to know facts about Niagara Falls! Niagara Falls is the biggest waterfalls in the world by the volume of whopping water siphoned at an average of 750,000 gallons each second.

Niagara Falls Facts

  • The Height of Canadian Falls 170 ft (52 metres)
  • The estimated flow rate of Horseshoe Falls is 168,000 cubic metres
  • The Canadian side of the Falls was first called as “Horseshoe” in 1721
  • Niagara River divides into two – the West Channel and East Channel

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