Burney Falls is Looking Absolutely Breathtaking Right Now Covered in Snow

Northern California’s big winter storm came and went this week, bringing with it loads of snow throughout the mountains. The storm was very cold and some places not so used to snow were seen blanketed in white, one of which being the Eighth Wonder of the World – Burney Falls.

Visitors to the McArthur-Burney Falls Memorial State Park marveled at the 130-foot falls covered in snow this week, a rare treat at the waterfall sitting at just 3 feet elevation. The elated visitors took to social media to show the beauty of Burney Falls covered in a winter dusting of snow:

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Never gets old.

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Let’s hope we see more of these scenes during the rest of the winter!

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