The Canyon Waterfall Hike In Wyoming That Will Overwhelm You With Natural Beauty

Yellowstone Park is known for gorgeous geysers, thermal springs, and of course, beautiful waterfall hikes. One of the best hikes in the park is often skipped over for the more famous Canyon area hikes, and it’s so worth discovering. Journey down into Sheepeater Canyon to the base of Osprey Falls for an adventure you’re sure to love.

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Grizzly Bears frequent this area, so you’ll want to carry bear spray. To get to the trail head, drive south from Monmouth until you pass Golden Gate Bridge. Park on the left in the Glen Creek Trailhead parking lot, and begin your trek down Old Bunsen Peak Road Trail.

For more great waterfall hikes, check out The Ultimate Bucket List For Anyone In Wyoming Who Loves Waterfall Hikes and plan your next few weeks accordingly!