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The other Grand Tetons Waterfalls encompasses all the other waterfalls we’ve seen that we determined were merely ephemeral cascades and not really worthy of singling them out…
Tower Fall is a 132ft waterfall flanked by namesake tower-like pillars best seen in the morning from its base, but that trail has been closed for years.
Wraith Falls is a cascading 100ft waterfall dropping in a bulb-shape on Lupine Creek reachable by a short 2-mile round-trip hike in the north of Yellowstone.
Undine Falls is an easy roadside 60-100ft waterfall on Lava Creek seen from an overlook just east of the Mammoth Junction in Yellowstone National Park.
Lost Creek Falls (or Lost Falls) is a light-flowing 40ft waterfall sitting quietly in a shadowy forest right behind the Roosevelt Lodge in Yellowstone.
The Barronette Peak Waterfalls can be found on the cliffs of Barronette Peak. However, the waterfalls are primarily of the temporary ephemeral variety and the peak…
Rustic Falls is a textured 47ft waterfall next to the former Golden Gate Road west of Bunsen Peak and south of the Mammoth Junction in Yellowstone National Park
Osprey Falls is a 150ft waterfall on the Gardner River inside Sheepeater Canyon accessed on a 9.2-mile hike around Bunsen Peak and into a recovering forest.
“Caught in the Open in a Lightning Storm” (Northern and Eastern Yellowstone – June 21, 2004 to June 24, 2004)
I noticed there wasn’t anything but grass and low-lying bush around us on the trail. With the lightning flashing with such frequency, I wasn’t sure what we should do…
Upper Falls is a 110ft waterfall on the Yellowstone River just upstream from the famous Lower Falls at the head of the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone River.
The Lower Falls is the signature waterfall in Yellowstone National Park dropping 308ft into the yellow sulphur-caked Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone River.
Crystal Falls is an overlooked 129ft waterfall near the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone River as most of the attention goes to the Lower Falls and Upper Falls.
Silver Cord Cascade is a lesser-known 1200ft waterfall dropping into the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone seen after hiking a mile on the Seven-Mile Hole Trail.
Virginia Cascade is a waterfall on the Gibbon River dropping 60ft into a densely forested canyon seen from a one-way road that used to be for stagecoaches.
The Kepler Cascades is an easy-to-visit 150ft multi-tiered roadside waterfall on the Firehole River near Old Faithful and the Upepr Geyser Basin in Yellowstone.
Lewis Falls is a 30ft tall roadside waterfall on the Lewis River named after Meriwether Lewis of the Lewis and Clark Expedition in the south of Yellowstone NP.
Moose Falls is a small 30ft geothermally-heated waterfall on Crawfish Creek near the Southern Entrance of Yellowstone National Park accessed by a short walk
Terraced Falls is a 150ft falls on the Fall River in the remote Bechler Backcountry (also called Yellowstone’s Cascade Corner) accessed by a 4-mile hike.
Fairy Falls is a 197ft waterfall in an area recovering from the 1988 Yellowstone Wildfires with a spur trail to an elevated view of Grand Prismatic Spring.
Mystic Falls is a geothermally-heated 70ft waterfall on the Little Firehole River in Yellowstone accessible on a 2.4-mile out-and-back or 4.1-mile loop hike.