Yellowstone North Grand Loop Waterfalls (Canyon/Mammoth/Roosevelt)



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INTRODUCTION

Anchored by Yellowstone's own Grand Canyon, the North Grand Loop is where you'll find the park's largest and most spectacular waterfalls. You'll have a difficult time choosing between seeing the waterfalls, looking at colorful terraces at Mammoth, wolf-spotting in the Lamar Valley, bathing in the Boiling River, or bear-watching near Roosevelt. There's lots to do here and you'll want to take your time to truly experience this section of the park.

Of course, the greatest waterfalls in this region sit in the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone River - Lower Falls and Upper Falls. Especially in the case of Lower Falls, this often-photographed waterfall has graced countless postcards and calendars and is an iconic symbol of America's first national park.

Near Roosevelt, you'll find one of the most beautiful waterfalls in the park in Tower Fall as well as the tall and impressive Osprey Falls deep in the Sheepeater Canyon.




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WATERFALL THUMBNAILS

To get a glimpse of what each waterfall looks like, check out the table below. Click on the waterfalls to read more about them.

Lower Falls seen from the Red Rock Lookout 4.5 Lower Falls

Upper Falls and the Chittenden Bridge 4 Upper Falls

Crystal Falls 2.5 Crystal Falls

Looking across the Seven-Mile Hole at the Silver Cord Cascade 2.5 Silver Cord Cascade

Tower Fall from its base 3 Tower Fall

Wraith Falls appearing like an apparition floating above the ravine 2 Wraith Falls

The multi-tiered Undine Falls 2.5 Undine Falls

The easy-to-overlook Lost Falls behind the Roosevelt Lodge 1 Lost Creek Falls

Direct view of Rustic Falls 1.5 Rustic Falls

Osprey Falls 2.5 Osprey Falls

One of the ephemeral waterfalls on Barronette Peak 1 Barronette Peak Waterfalls




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