Discover One Of Wyoming’s Most Majestic Waterfalls – No Hiking Necessary

Wyoming is full of stunning natural wonders and one of the most impressive is hiding in plain sight. The Kepler Cascades were named in 1881 after 12-year-old Kepler Hoyt, who was the governor’s son. Today, you can visit this beautiful waterfall by trekking to Yellowstone National Park and walking a short distance from the parking lot to a wooden bridge overlook. That’s right – no strenuous hiking required to see one of the best sights in the state.

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If you can’t get enough of Wyoming’s wild waterfalls, head out this summer on our Ultimate Wyoming Waterfalls Road Trip. It’s surely an adventure you won’t forget!