The Midway Geyser Basin Runoff defied what we thought of when it came to identifying waterfalls, and that certainly made it a unique waterfalling experience
Natural Bridge could be the only signficant natural rock span in Yellowstone National Park, but the cascade that flowed through it caught me by surprise.
Cave Falls is a 20ft tall 250ft wide waterfall on Fall River in the Bechler Area of Yellowstone National Park near Ashton, Idaho by the Wyoming-Idaho border.
‘Cascade Creek Falls’ is an informal name for this sliding waterfall in Yellowstone’s Bechler Area that I stumbled upon near the Cascade Creek Trailhead.
Union Falls is a unique 260ft waterfall in Yellowstone’s remote Bechler Region (i.e. the Cascade Corner) on a 16-mile hike with an option to swim at Ouzel Pool.
The Wilderness Falls and Columbine Falls (or Columbine Cascade) are waterfalls dropping 250ft and 200ft respectively across Jackson Lake in the Grand Tetons.
Hidden Falls is a 75-100ft waterfall at the far end of Jenny Lake in Grand Teton National Park accessible by a 1.2-mile round-trip hike after a boat ride.
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…
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.
Gibbon Falls is a photogenically long cascade tumbling 84ft with a trapezoidal shape and brush texture from the caldera rim of the Yellowstone Supervolcano.
Firehole Falls and the Cascades of the Firehole are amongst a series of impressive waterfalls with geothermal warming on the Firehole River in Yellowstone.