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->''"Law of ''VideoGame/{{Okami}}'': if there is a waterfall, there's a secret behind it."'''
-->-- '''LetsPlay/{{Chuggaaconroy}}'''

Waterfalls aren't just pretty to look at, they're also great for hiding stuff. Who would ever think to look behind NiagaraFalls to find the hidden treasure of King Whatshisname II? And who would suspect that the BigBad would keep his reserve of {{Mook}}s in a cave where nobody would dare enter? The rush of water alone would keep any sane person away.

This is geological TruthInTelevision to a certain extent, as the churning water at the base of a waterfall erodes the rock behind it faster than the merely flowing water at the top. However, unlike their fictional counterparts, these caves tend to be shallow, flooded, ''incredibly wet and mossy'', and thoroughly devoid of InexplicableTreasureChests.

Naturally, such a cave would be at the bottom of the InevitableWaterfall. If you try going that route before entering the hidden cave, chances are you'd be dead before you hit the bottom. But remember, as {{the Grand List|OfConsoleRolePlayingGameCliches}} says, "There's always goodies behind the waterfall", so sometimes the risk is worth it.
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!!Examples:

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[[folder:{{Anime}} And {{Manga}}]]
* The Wolf Demon clan's lair in ''Manga/InuYasha'' lays behind a waterfall.
* For maximum dramatic entrance potential, the hangar for Allen's airship the Crusade is located in a cave behind a waterfall in VisionOfEscaflowne. Lampshaded by way of Zelda reference in TheAbridgedSeries.
* A Manga/{{Naruto}} OVA introduces Takigakure, the Hidden Waterfall Village. Naturally, the whole village is one of these.
** In the main story, [[spoiler:the entrance to the temple where Kumo's jinchuuriki learn to control their bijuu was located behind the Waterfall of Truth]].
* ''{{Toriko}}'' had one, with delicious fish swimming inside it. Oh yeah, and the waterfall was [[UpToEleven 1000 meters thick.]]
* ''GundamSEED'': The main hangars at JOSH-A, the Earth Alliance's Alaska headquarters, is located behind a waterfall. The Earth Alliance even built a mechanism for parting the falls to allow the passage of ships and aircraft.
* ''Anime/ScienceNinjaTeamGatchaman'': "Super Bem, the Synthetic Iron Beast" has a whole Galactor base hiding behind a waterfall. The 'garage door' swings upwards and outwards when being used.
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[[folder:Comic Books]]
* ''ComicBook/{{Tintin}}'' goes through one in "''Prisoners of the Sun''".
* The home of ''ComicStrip/ThePhantom'' is in a valley that can only be entered through a tunnel hidden by a waterfall.
* In the French graphic novel ''Pyrénée'' the WildChild title character spends some time living with a wise old eagle in a cave behind a waterfall. The cave was once occupied by a human hermit, who left behind a cache of tinned food and some other interesting artifacts.
* In ''Comicbook/{{Lucifer}}'', Mazikeen discovers her estranged mother Lilith's headquarters behind a fortified waterfall. [[MundaneMadeAwesome Made of swords!]]
* In some versions of the BuckRogers franchise, Buck's headquarters is hidden behind Niagara Falls.
* Franchise/{{Batman}} often has one of the entrances to his Batcave behind a waterfall, usually the one that the Batmobile exits and enters, [[GeographicFlexibility somewhere near Wayne Manor]]. So people do not find it, the waterfall is located at the end of a condemned road, and the Batmobile has to jump a cliff to reach it.
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[[folder:Film]]
* In ''Film/LastOfTheMohicans'', the plot not only hinges on one, but the last three Mohicans actually [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome jump out from behind it]] to escape. (after passionately kissing the Monro girls [[LastKiss behind the fall]].) Also, it's shot [[RealLife on location]]; God knows how they recorded in there.
* In the film version of ''Film/{{Eragon}}'', the Varden's home base is hidden behind a waterfall. This is acceptable in ''[[Literature/InheritanceCycle Eragon]]''.
* The Hidden City of Gold in ''TheRoadToElDorado'' is in a valley that can only be entered through a tunnel hidden by a waterfall.
* Draco the dragon lived in a cave behind a waterfall in ''Film/{{Dragonheart}}''.
* In ''TheIncredibles'' the entrance to Syndrome's hideout is a waterfall ''of lava'' with a mechanism that stylishly parts the water for a dry entrance.
** [[spoiler: As well as the underwater cave where Mr. Incredible found the password.]]
* ''GeorgeOfTheJungle'' attempts to [[HulkSpeak "make Ursula George's mate"]] (with a gorilla courtship display, get your minds out of the gutter) in one of these, [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] by the [[LemonyNarrator narrator]] as the [[NoFourthWall "really big and expensive waterfall set."]]
* The Tumbler exits the Batcave of ''Film/BatmanBegins'' by leaping through a waterfall.
* ''Film/TheMaskOfZorro'' has Franchise/{{Zorro}}'s hideout in a fairly visible cave behind a tiny waterfall.
* In ''Film/TheLostWorldJurassicPark'', the protagonists (and a NoCelebritiesWereHarmed version of real-life Robert Bakker) hide in a cave behind a waterfall to escape the [[MamaBear rampaging female T.rex]]. The Robert Bakker-lookalike gets a snake crawling down his shirt and panics, running right into the rex's jaws.
* ''Film/TheMyth'' (2005), starring JackieChan, who enters the mystical cave near the end of the film through one of these.
* The titular MacGuffinLocation (in which [[MakeAWish the MacGuffin itself]] is located) in ''BehindTheWaterfall'' is a cave located... wait for it... [[CaptainObvious behind a waterfall]].
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[[folder:Literature]]
* The Ithilien Rangers' hideout was behind such a waterfall in ''Literature/LordOfTheRings: The Two Towers''.
** One possible explanation for the name "Elrond" (given in the ''Letters'') goes thus: after the Sack of Sirion, he and his brother were dragged away and later found beside a waterfall. Elros was playing in the water but Elrond had gone into the cave behind the waterfall, hence his name, "Elf of the Cave."
* Sun Wukong from ''JourneyToTheWest'' discovered Shuilian Cave after jumping through a great big waterfall. He was named king by his monkey clan afterwards, and they all moved in and made the cave their home.
* In the book version of MichaelCrichton's ''Franchise/JurassicPark'', after Alan, Tim, and Lex go tumbling over the InevitableWaterfall, they hide behind said waterfall in order to escape the Tyrannosaur. Grant finds an access door and leaves the kids there while he makes sure it's safe; the kids nearly get eaten in his absence.
* Whoever designed the sets for the South Seas Treasure Game in ''Literature/DreamPark'' likes this trope, as Griffin and Acacia find such a niche behind a waterfall in which to mess around. [[spoiler: It's also where the thief hides the stolen vial of Neutral Scent.]]
* In The Literature/InheritanceCycle, the entrance to the Varden is located behind a waterfall.
* Book three of the "The Magician's House" series is called ''The Tunnel behind the Waterfall''.
* In the ''Literature/WarriorCats'' series, the Tribe of Rushing Water lives in one of these, and actually is named after the falls.
* In ''Literature/TheSagaOfGrettirTheStrong'', a cave behind a waterfall is the lair of the murderous trolls that haunt Bardardal.
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[[folder:Live Action TV]]
* In the ''Series/StargateAtlantis'' episode "The Shrine", the titular location is an example of this trope.
* ''Series/PowerRangersNinjaStorm'': The [[NinjaSchool Wind Ninja Academy]] (trashed in the first episode) and, by extension, Ninja Ops (season-long base), are hidden behind one, although the waterfall is actually an illusion.
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[[folder:Mythology]]
* According to Hawaiian myth, the goddess Hina lives in the cave behind Rainbow Falls on the Big Island.
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[[folder:Tabletop Games]]
* ''TabletopGames/MagicTheGathering'': [[http://magiccards.info/isd/en/248.html Sulfur Falls]]
* Classic ''TabletopGame/{{Traveller}}'' Adventure 2 ''Research Station Gamma''. One room in the station has a {{Hologram}} of a rippling waterfall on one wall. Behind the hologram is a room containing a security station. The hologram is one-way, allowing anyone inside the security station to see through it into the other room.
* ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' module [=UK1=] ''Beyond the Crystal Cave''. In the title cave one wall has a waterfall that magically falls in slow motion. Behind the waterfall is a hidden observation room carved out of the rock.
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[[folder:Video Games]]
* Possibly the earliest example of all: ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZelda'' has an old man who tells you "WALK INTO THE WATERFALL". Doing so yields an old lady who gives you a hint to finding the next dungeon.
** ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaALinkToThePast'' has one in Zora's Domain, hiding a Great Fairy fountain.
*** And oodles more in the [[OncePerEpisode Once Per Game]] Water level.
** The same goes for ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime Ocarina of Time]]'', this one actually hiding Zora's Domain itself. A second waterfall inside the Domain hides two torches; figuring out how to get fire back there nets you a [[HeartContainer Piece of Heart]].
*** ''Twilight Princess'' also had this, except that it was frozen the first time you found it.
*** Over at the other end of the map, an alcove behind the InevitableWaterfall below the bridge to the Gerudo Fortress contains another Piece of Heart.
** ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaMajorasMask'' has a minor cave behind a waterfall, in the [[BigBoosHaunt undead]] kingdom of Ikana.
** There's one in ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTheWindWaker Wind Waker]]'', hiding Makar in the second half of the game.
** Several waterfalls in ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOracleGames'' have caves at the top.
** ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaLinksAwakening'' has an entire dungeon hidden behind a massive waterfall.
** A variation in ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaSkywardSword'': While there is a waterfall, and a dungeon behind it, there is no way to walk through the flow to get to the dungeon and it is visible through the stream of water.
* Some of the waterfalls in the Mercury Lighthouse in ''VideoGame/GoldenSun'' had treasure behind them.
** And a Djinn which could be easy to miss if you were new to [=RPGs=].
*** Mercury Lighthouse is [[JustifiedTrope justified]] as the waterfalls, their caves, and the entire complex are artificially created; it's a stylistic choice on the part of the Lighthouse's designer.
** Not to mention that there's [[http://goldensun.wikia.com/wiki/Fuchin_Falls_Cave a whole dungeon]] behind a waterfall.
* ''SteambotChronicles'' has a waterfall where one of the mysterious sages lives.
* In VideoGame/ChronoCross, the only way to get the [[MacGuffinTitle Titular]] {{Macguffin}} necessary to defeat the final boss correctly and get the [[GainaxEnding good ending]] is to [[GuideDangIt go behind a waterfall, whose location on the world map isn't labeled or even really mentioned clearly]]. Yeah.
* Most ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' games make use of this trope.
** You'll be asked to take your canoe through a waterfall in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyI'' to find a key that gives you access to the floating castle.
** ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyIV'' has a waterfall cave in one of its early dungeons. The exit to the same dungeon is also behind a waterfall, which is guarded by Octomammoth.
** ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyV'' has one of the [[PlotCoupon tablets]] hidden behind a waterfall.
** ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII'' hides, among many things, Vincent's ultimate weapon behind a waterfall.
** ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXI'' has a waterfall cave (inside a tree by the way) which leads to the battle with Ramuh.
*** Not to mention the other waterfall cave that leads to the hidden city of Norg. And the ''other other'' waterfall cave in Gustaberg.
* ''VideoGame/EndlessOcean'' has one of these for the final portion of its Great Aqua Caves area. That's right, an ''underwater waterfall''.
** ''VideoGame/EndlessOceanBlueWorld'' has a waterfall that keeps you out of the temple area of the Cortica River until you turn it off.
* In ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil4'', early in the game, the player must dam a river in order to enter a secret tunnel hidden behind a waterfall. There is a plot-critical key at the end of the tunnel. Interestingly, although there is no treasure inside aside from said key inside the cave, there is a treasure on a support beam right in front of the tunnel's entrance.
** In ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil'', the underground passage to the Laboratory (or Lisa's hideout in the remake) is hidden behind a waterfall, which you reveal by closing the floodgate after unlocking an alternate path around.
* The Cavern of the Metal Cap in ''VideoGame/SuperMario64''.
* ''VideoGame/{{Earthbound}}'' has one with a twist: [[WaitingPuzzle You have to wait 3 minutes to get in]].
* ''VideoGame/{{Okami}}'' makes heavy use of this trope - making it easy to find secrets if you know it. Once Issun even ''tells'' you to jump down a waterfall, and though you don't have to, sure enough, there's a cave there with a wall you can bomb to get a Stray Bead.
* The aptly named Waterfall Cave in ''VideoGame/DragonQuestVIII''.
* One of the worlds in ''VideoGame/BlackAndWhite'' had a goodie behind a waterfall.
* Koopa Troopa Beach in ''VideoGame/MarioKart64''.
* In ''VideoGame/StarFox64''[='=]s first stage, Corneria, if Falco is alive and you've flown through all seven arches towards the end of the stage, Falco instructs you to follow him through the waterfall. This leads to the alternate boss, the Attack Carrier, and opens up the path to Sector Y.
* In ''VideoGame/StarFoxAdventures'', the small waterfall in Thorntail Hollow can be bomb spored for some Fuel Cells and a couple of health items. Later, in Cape Claw, an item needed to open a door is hidden in a chamber you reach by swimming through a cavern beyond the waterfall. You can only get there by turning the waterfall off.
* In ''VideoGame/TombRaiderLegend'' attempted to outdo it by putting a whole open temple behind some falls.
* ''Franchise/{{Ultima}}''-clone ''SavageEmpire'' has a plot-required cave behind a waterfall, but in a subversion of sorts this cave is plainly visible, but the dimension-travelling world-saving uber-fighter protagonist is ''unable to walk through'' the water until he diverts the stream. Supposedly he is afraid of getting wet.
** ''VideoGame/UltimaV'' has a cave ''under'' a waterfall, where you end up by going down the waterfall by boat or by carpet.
* ''VideoGame/KingsQuestIV'' has one of these. You can't walk through the water here, either, but you can swim as soon as you [[spoiler:shapeshift into the much more muscular (?) form of a frog]].
* ''VideoGame/LeisureSuitLarry III'' has one, too, except that you enter from the other end.
* ''VideoGame/SpaceQuest II'' has the ''exit'' to a cave behind (i.e. through) a waterfall.
* In ''VideoGame/HydroThunder'', one is occasionally surprised by ''not'' finding a tunnel behind one of the many, many waterfalls. Not infrequently, behind-the-falls tunnels are the ''main channel'' rather than any sort of secret.
* An early dungeon in ''VideoGame/PokemonMysteryDungeonExplorers of Time/Darkness/Sky'' is hidden behind a waterfall. The leap of faith into it provides an early bit of CharacterDevelopment for the partner character.
-->''"Be brave... Be the bravest ever!"''
** The mainstream games added one in the remakes of ''VideoGame/PokemonGoldAndSilver'', Heart Gold and Soul Silver. There is a cave behind one of the Tohjo Falls, in which a certain mafia-style villain had spent the past three years in...
* The GBA version of ''Film/TheLordOfTheRings: The Return of the King'' has a cave as a bonus map behind waterfall in the map after the fight in Minas Tirith. It contains a free rune, and it resets enemy in the previous map. Sucks for someone who hates fighting trolls.
* [[ThatOneLevel Latheon Gorge]] in ''VideoGame/TalesOfSymphonia'' comes to an end in one of these - although you repeatedly enter and exit the cave throughout the dungeon, the final entrance is opened by dropping a huge boulder into the waterfall, unveiling the cave entrance behind it. Of course, there's a MacGuffin and a huge ManEatingPlant in there.
** Also, while there are no caves involved, there's goodies behind the mini waterfalls in the Torrent Forest later in the game.
* In ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid3'', Snake and Eva rendezvous in one of these.
* In ''VideoGame/BreathOfFireII'' the second set of dragon powers is hidden in one of these. To get inside you need to have Jean in your party so it is recommended you do this before a certain plot event which removes him from your party for quite a while.
* Both ''VideoGame/GodOfWar'' games make use of this in combination with the games' static cameras, making it so the player will only actually notice the waterfall with treasure behind it if they specifically set out to see if something's behind it.
* A jumping puzzle and the Key To the World lurks behind the waterfall of the ''Disney/{{Tarzan}}''-themed world in the first ''VideoGame/KingdomHearts'' game.
* In ''VideoGame/{{Croc}} 2'', one could go through the waterfall during the first boat race to find an [[GameBreaker extremely helpful]] shortcut.
* In ''VideoGame/{{Monkey Island 2|LeChucks Revenge}}'', there's a plot coupon behind a waterfall. At the top of the mountain where you'll find a valve. If you curiously try to use your monkey on it ([[{{Pun}} "monkey wrench"]], get it?) you'll turn off the waterfall, revealing the cave.
* Every single waterfall in ''VideoGame/{{Tenchu}}: Stealth Assassins'' hides a cave with an item in it.
* In the second commentary preview of ''VideoGame/BrutalLegend'', the creators talked about how it was considered a bug if there wasn't something behind every waterfall.
* ''VideoGame/BetrayalAtKrondor'' has the Dark Secret that ends Chapter 3 in one of these.
* ''VideoGame/{{Onimusha}}'' has a cave behind a waterfall that contains the best armor in the game.
* ''VideoGame/CastlevaniaSymphonyOfTheNight'' has a secret room behind a waterfall in the caverns under the castle.
** As did ''VideoGame/CastlevaniaChroniclesOfSorrow'' (Both ''Aria'' and ''Dawn'') and ''VideoGame/SuperCastlevaniaIV'' has an entire level with waterfalls in between sections.
* One of the Ages in ''[[VideoGame/{{Myst}} Uru]]'' features caves behind a set of waterfalls. Moving something into the cave without getting wet is one of the Age's challenges.
* In a nod to this trope's ubiquity in video games, ''VideoGame/NancyDrew: Resorting To Danger'' features a secret control panel that's hidden behind a ''decorative'' waterfall in the resort's laser-treatment room.
* There's a couple of dungeons hidden this way in ''VideoGame/{{Dragonfable}}''.
* ''VideoGame/DevilMayCry 3'' has one of these.
* In ''VideoGame/{{Blackthorne}}'', the first area (the mines) has several doorways behind waterfalls.
* The Text Adventure Dragon's World has this. It turns out to be a back door into the lair of the game's BigBad.
* In ''VideoGame/BanjoKazooie'', there's a small alcove behind a waterfall in Spiral Mountain. In it is an extra life.
** In ''Banjo-Tooie'', there's a cave which has one of the secret eggs. It's not so much behind the waterfall as it is the ''source'' of it, but the game still calls it "Behind the Waterfall."
* The Patriarch's lair is one of these in ''VideoGame/DivinityIITheDragonKnightSaga''.
* Some ''VideoGame/HarvestMoon'' games will have a waterfall with either a mine or arable land located behind it.
* ''VideoGame/{{Purple}}'' uses this twice. One is for BonusStage and the other is for advancing further into the stage.
* ''VideoGame/KingdomHearts'' has a keyhole hidden in a cavern behind a waterfall.
* ''VideoGame/SonicAdventure2'''s Chao Garden hides the entrance to the Chao Stadium inside a cave behind a waterfall.
** ''VideoGame/SonicGenerations'' has the Modern iteration of GreenHillZone, where Sonic goes through a waterfall into a tunnel, which opens out into a gigantic cavern with rail grinding and a giant mechanical fish chasing him, before blasting back outside.
* In ''VideoGame/WiiFit'', the virtual island has one of these leading up to the highest part of the island and the little Mario-style castle.
* Several of these show up throughout the SpyroTheDragon series, the rewards varying in each game.
* ''VideoGame/DiddyKongRacing'' has a whole world hidden behind a waterfall, which is evidenced when the music changes when you get close to the waterfall.
* Step one: Play ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim''. Step two: find a waterfall. Step three: go behind the waterfall. Step four: profit[[note]] Okay, not ''all'' the time, but checking behind waterfalls will frequently reveal either a dungeon, or a small cave with some treasure.[[/note]].
* Many stages in ''VideoGame/SuperMario3DLand'' will have either a 1-Up or Star Coin behind waterfalls.
* ''VideoGame/{{Minecraft}}'' lets you build your own.
** You can also use lava for this, [[AwesomeButImpractical but you'll need another way in]].
* ''VideoGame/CommandAndConquerRenegade'' has one in the second level. But be careful of the [[ToxicPhlebotinum Tiberium]] and its mutants...
* Li-Li in ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'' mentions this trope by name, saying that you should always check behind a waterfall for caves. [[SubvertedTrope The waterfall she's talking about doesn't, by the way.]] [[SchmuckBait But you all looked there anyway.]]
* ''VideoGame/{{Ico}}'': Ico must block off the water to a waterfall in order for him and Yorda to advance to the extensive cavern behind it.
* There's a tunnel behind the waterfall in ''VideoGame/LostInBlue'' that takes you to the jungle and the grasslands.
* ''VideoGame/CaptainComic II''. This isn't hinted at either, but you can press the key for "enter doorway" in front of a waterfall to get to certain hidden areas.
* ''VideoGame/GoofTroop'' has a cave behind a waterfall in Stage 4 that can't be entered until you do a puzzle to stop the waterfall.
* Featured in one level of ''VideoGame/BillyHatcherAndTheGiantEgg''. The waterfall will push you back if you collide into it, so you'll have to use one of your {{Mon}}s to freeze it then shatter it.
* The Great Falls, one of the three final missions in ''VideoGame/SkyOdyssey'' starts off with one of these. In the beginning of the level the player needs to find and fly behind a series of 2,600 foot waterfalls in the aircraft of their choice. Once there they then have to enter a massive series of caverns behind the falls and fly their way through.  
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[[folder:Western Animation]]
* ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible'': In "The Twin Factor", Dr. Drakken's lair-of-the-episode is hidden behind a tall waterfall.
* Disney's ''Disney/RobinHood'': Robin and Little John's hideout is behind a waterfall.
* Lampshaded in ''MikeLuAndOg'':
-->'''Og''': Why does it always have to be ''behind'' the waterfall?
* ''WesternAnimation/DannyPhantom'': One episode showed a ghost portal Wulf made to be behind a waterfall.
* The ''WesternAnimation/DungeonsAndDragons'' cartoon series does this in two episodes: ''Valley of the Unicorns'' and ''Cave of the Fairie Dragons''
* ''WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfTheGummiBears'':
** [[TheSixthRanger Gusto Gummi's]] Studio
** In one episode Cubbi and Tummi also discovered a Gummi Warrior training facility behind a waterfall.
* In the ''WesternAnimation/InspectorGadget'' episode "The Emerald Duck", the ancient DoomsdayDevice is hidden behind the Great Waterfall.
* In one ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' episode, Bender - having upgraded his processor to godlike levels - hides out in one of these. [[BizarroEpisode Then things get weird.]]
* ''Disney/PeterPan Return to Neverland'' gives Neverland one of these. The Lost Boys use it to hide their treasure.
* In ''WesternAnimation/WinxClub'', the Black Willow Tree on Linphea is in a cave behind a waterfall. It's tears are what make the waterfall, which actually flows upward. Darcy lampshades it, wondering why there's always a cave behind a waterfall.
* {{Gravity Falls}} has Dipper use his journal to point out a secret cave behind a waterfall in "The Legend of the Gobblewonker".
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[[folder:RealLife]]
* Niagara Falls has the "Journey Behind The Falls", consisting of an elevator descending 150 feet through bedrock to two portals and two observation decks behind Horseshoe Falls.
* Niagara Falls has an even more impressive "cave behind the falls" -- the tailrace tunnel deep under the decommissioned Toronto Power Company generating station (known as "[[http://www.vanishingpoint.ca/toronto-power-tailrace Confluence]]" to urban explorers). Sadly, access now appears to be permanently sealed off.
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