Basaseachic Falls National Park is a national park located in the western side of the state of Chihuahua in the heart of the Sierra Madre Occidental mountain range. The park is named after Basaseachic Falls (Cascada de Basaseachic) the second tallest waterfall in Mexico with a height of 246 meters (853 ft). Basaseachic Falls empties into Candameña Canyon (Barranca de Candameña) which was carved by the Basaseachic River over millions of years. The park is famous for its natural beauty of pine-oak forest, spectacular rock formations, and breathtaking views off of high cliffs. Cliffs in the park reach an impressive height of 1,640 meters (5,380 ft).