Theth Waterfall, destination of a hike denied as Natural Feature

We encourage activity, hiking, being outdoors, so I am a bit confused that a 100 feet high waterfall (which is the end point of a locally well known hike) gets rejected as a Natural Feature.. Help me to understand or to get this approved?

Title of the Wayspot: Theth Waterfall

Location: 42.377355228030765, 19.79467398389934

City: Theth

Country: Albania

Screenshot of the Rejection Email: Rejected as Natural Feature, see screenshot below.

Photos to support your claim: [Attach photo]

Additional information: [If you have more explanations, add them here]

Should I use another picture?


  • sogNinjaman-INGsogNinjaman-ING Posts: 3,310 ✭✭✭✭✭

    Nice natural feature - not eligible. Is there a sign anywhere ?

  • RupertPoGo-PGORupertPoGo-PGO Posts: 1 ✭✭

    Also, I would have rejected it because people were in the photo

  • Rurrie-PGORurrie-PGO Posts: 35 ✭✭

    I agree! As a nature enthusiast and outdoors person rather than a city-slicker, I find it appaling that all wayspots need to be man-made! It's ridiculous that a beautiful natural waterfall is unacceptable but the SIGN describing the waterfall would be fine.

    I understand the point that people would start abusing this by nominating every tree in the forest, and where would you put the wayspot for the entire Mississippi River? But surely there should be exceptions?? Not every natural attraction has a sign.

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