Situated in the Qinjin Canyon on the middle reaches of the Yellow River, the mother river of the Chinese nation, the Hukou Waterfall is the second largest waterfall in China, only next to the Huangguoshu waterfall in Guizhou. When the mighty Yellow River flows through mountains and gorges to Hukou, the billowy water streams narrow suddenly, from over 300 m to 50 m in width, falling 30 m into a deep riverbed like a herd of galloping horses, transforming the quiet river into a turbulent one. The thundering sound can be heard from quite a distance. The tremendous mass of water strikes the rocks, creating piles of foam and huge water poles. It is an amazing view with mist all around. The riverbed here is like an enormous teapot where the water is poured out o the waterfall is named Hukou Waterfall (kettle Spout Falls)

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