The Hike To This Pretty Little Wyoming Waterfall Is Short And Sweet

Wyoming is full of raging rivers and rocky mountains, which means we also have a whole lot of waterfalls to show off. While most Wyomingites have stopped to see Shell Falls, hiked Rotary Park to see Bridal Veil Falls, and spent enough time in the Canyon area to recognize the Upper and Lower Falls of the Yellowstone River in a flash, there are hundreds of other, smaller cascades that are under-appreciated. One of these is Undine Falls, which you can see via a short and sweet hike in Yellowstone National Park.

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Address: Yellowstone National Park, WY, 82190

You’ll find Undine Falls just past Mammoth Hot Springs along Grand Loop Road, and if you hike around the area, you’re sure to find a quiet spot to see the cascades. Be sure to carry bear spray — after all, this is Grizzly country!

For information on finding the Lava Creek Canyon trailhead, see AllTrails.