How Tall Is Niagara Falls ?  

Niagara Falls is highly voluminous falls that are located on Niagara River. They are spread to a very large are which starts from Ontario, a city form the Canadian province and then extends till the New York City. They are known to comprise of two major parts which include the Horseshoe Falls and the American Falls. Both these parts are separated by the Goat Island. As far as the first part of these falls is concerned, nearly two-third of this part lies on Canadian side of border.

Niagara Falls got created due to the Wisconsin glaciations that happened around 10,000 years back. The similar forces are known for the creation of the North American Great Lakes as well as the Niagara River. They all are known to be dig by some continental ice sheet which somehow drove through this area. It deepened some of the rivers channels in order to form lakes as well as for damming others with the debris.

The Niagara Falls is basically located from Ontario, Canada to New York and the average flow rate seems to be 1833 cubic meter per second. As far as the length of the Niagara Falls is concerned, it should be very clear to people that they are quite high and their height is approximately equal to 167 ft.

They are now immensely popular just because of the fact that apart from offering the best natural beauty, it also serves as a source of valuable hydroelectric power that is used for several productive purposes.

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