Waterfalls in Mass.
Alpine National Park, which overlooks the Swiss Alps, are back and are getting more active in the summer, according to the National Park Service.
The parks department said on Twitter that the waterfalls are getting so crowded that they have started a Twitter hashtag, #MountainWaterfalls.
They are also taking advantage of the warmer summer, including a recent hot day, to add more waterfalls.
In the past, waterfalls have typically been limited to the mountains and snow fields, but with warmer temperatures in the region, the water has become popular for hiking and snowboarding, said National Park Ranger, Bob Fosnacht.
The National Park service said the water falls are located in the Alpine Range and are open to the public, but visitors must stay on the trail, park signs say.
Mountain Waterfalls, the park service’s name for the water trails, are located on the Alpine Trail in North-South Alps.
The trail is located in a park, the Pinnacle, and it is not marked on the park’s maps.
“The trails are designed to accommodate all types of riders, including the skiers, snowboarders and skiers-toppers who want to enjoy a great snowboarding experience,” the parks service said.
The trails run for about a half-mile and take visitors on a two-mile loop trail that takes them past a snow bank and a waterfall.
This is the second year in a row that the parks department has posted information about waterfalls, after it had posted about the same information in January.
There are about 20 waterfalls throughout the park, with some smaller ones that are visible from the trail.
Fosnach said waterfalls can be seen up to a mile away.
“It’s an amazing feeling, when you see the water,” he said.
Waterfall is the only water source in the park that is visible from a trail, and people must be careful not to fall into the water.