There’s an old joke that the best thing to do when it’s time to hike is just to sit and relax.
There’s also an old saying that the only people who really enjoy mountains are those who have a good time and have the time to look for them.
The latter group includes anyone who wants to see a waterfall, so why not use your time to enjoy a few?
And that’s exactly what you’re going to do with a new waterfall in Omaha, Nebraska.
The waterfall at the base of the Elbow River is named for John Elbow, the first president of the United States.
It was named after Elbow Falls, a waterfall that was created by a Colorado native named William Elbow in 1876.
He named the falls after himself, and they are now the highest waterfalls in the country.
It is one of the most photographed waterfalls of the country, with nearly 100,000 people flocking to the Falls of the Rocky Mountains each year to view it.
But it’s not always easy to get to.
It is the only place on the planet that can’t be reached by plane or car, and the roads are treacherous.
The falls are a tourist attraction, but it’s also a challenging climb.
Here’s what you need to know to see the waterfall and enjoy it.1.
How to get thereThere are three entrances to the Elbbow Falls.
From Omaha, you take I-70 to Exit 26.
Turn right onto I-94 and follow signs for Elbow Springs.
The entrance is a short drive, but you’ll have to hike down a steep trail, and it’s only half-as hard as it sounds.
Once you’ve made it to the falls, turn left and head up the road.
You’ll eventually reach a small parking area, where you can park for about a half hour.
Once there, be sure to check out the waterfall for yourself.
There are a number of ways to enjoy it, including using a tripod, a headlamp, or even a binoculars.
There is a trail leading down from the parking area that can be used for a few hours, but there’s no way to see it without being on the lookout.2.
What to doThere are a couple of things you need before you go, if you plan on hiking up the Elbows.
The first is a hat.
It’s not a must-have, but a hat will help you see the falls for yourself, and if you’re feeling adventurous, a small backpack is also good for a good photo.
A pair of hiking shoes can also be a nice addition.
The second thing to consider is if you want to see something from above.
There will be a waterfall on your right and a waterfall just below it, so you need a good vantage point to take photos of the falls.3.
What you can seeThere are many different ways to see Elbows Falls.
For example, you can look up to the top of the waterfall on a hill or even look down from above to get a look at the waterfalls below.
The waterfall can also give you a sense of how the water is moving beneath you, as if it’s flowing through you.
You can also get a better view of the surrounding area from a boat, and you can get a feel for the terrain by hiking up and down the side of a hill.
There isn’t a lot of elevation gain, so the water will be gentle, but the view will be spectacular.
You might even find a great spot to sit down and enjoy a nice long soak.4.
Where to parkThe Elbow Rapids National Wildlife Refuge is a designated place for waterfalls and falls.
It has an entrance off I-93.
There, you’ll find a parking area with a large metal gate that is set at approximately 9 feet high.
After parking, head to the entrance and follow a small path that goes down the hill and into the water.5.
TipsFor best viewing, bring a headlight or flashlights and headlamps.
A small flashlight will work well.
If you want a good look down below, bring binocular or headlamping.
You can also use a pair of binocular lenses to look down at the waterfall.
This will give you great views of the water from above, and will give a nice contrast with the mountain water.
If there are any rocks around the area, bring them with you.
The Elbows falls are located on the western edge of the Rockies.
It lies on the Colorado Plateau, a rocky area that is only accessible from the east or west.
It also has a couple other waterfalls nearby.
There aren’t many other water falls in Nebraska.
It can be hard to find, so plan on a few days to see some.