Plan A Visit To Tower Fall, Wyoming’s Beautifully Blue Waterfall
A trip to Yellowstone National Park will showcase the most beautiful and stunning cascades in the country. This Wyoming park is packed with stunning displays, from the Upper and Lower Falls of the Yellowstone River, to the enchanting Fairy Falls, to the roaring Kepler Cascades, it’s hard to imagine a place on Earth with more fodder for waterfall enthusiasts. One of the most gorgeous cascades in the park emerges from a beautiful deep blue creek, and you can see the waterfall itself and then wander down towards the creek for a relaxing and easy adventure.
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Tower Fall is significant to Wyoming’s history, as it was an 1871 painting by Thomas Moran that helped convince Congress to declare the world’s first National Park.
Though it was originally named Tower Falls by Samuel Hauser, who called the falls the most beautiful he had ever seen – the USGS renamed it to Tower Fall in 1928.