Visit 10 Breathtaking Waterfalls On A Memorable Road Trip Through Wyoming
Waterfalls in Yellowstone National Park are some of the most majestic and breathtaking falls in the world. This road trip through Wyoming that spans around 137 miles will lead you to some of these spectacular sights. If you’re planning a trip through Yellowstone this year, set aside a day or two to fully experience the magic of the park’s roaring cascades which make up some of the best waterfalls in Wyoming.
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Click on this link to view the map for this incredible road trip. Note: if you view the map while the Grand Loop Road is closed (from November through April), you’ll be taken to a map with quite the detour! Bookmark this road trip guide and revisit when you’re closer to your trip.
Address: Upper Falls of the Yellowstone River, Wyoming 82190, USA
Address: Lower Falls of the Yellowstone River, Wyoming 82190, USA
Address: Mystic Falls, Wyoming 82190, USA
Address: Kepler Cascades, Wyoming 82190, USA
Address: Fairy Falls, Wyoming 82190, USA
Address: Lewis Falls, Wyoming 82190, USA
Address: Moose Falls, Wyoming 83013, USA
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best waterfalls in Wyoming
February 22, 2020
What are the best waterfall hikes in Wyoming?
If you’re spending time in Yellowstone National Park, it’s hard to top Uncle Tom’s Trail. In Grand Teton, Cascade Canyon shows off a series of smaller cascades and eventually leads you to the iconic Hidden Falls. If you’re looking for a great waterfall hike in Wyoming beyond the National Parks, plan a trip to see Porcupine and Bucking Mule Falls.
Does Wyoming have any natural wonders?
Pretty much all of Wyoming is full of natural wonders! Visit hot springs in Thermopolis, unique rock outcroppings at Hell’s Half Acre, experience the hot pots of the Yellowstone Caldera, and listen to the singing dunes of the red desert. Visit our Wyoming archives to find more!
What are the most picturesque hiking trails in Wyoming?
One of the highest rated hikes in Wyoming is the hike through Cascade Canyon in Grand Teton National Park. You’ll enjoy a view of Jenny Lake to start, and then climb switchbacks until you find either Cascade Canyon itself or a side trail to Hidden Falls and Inspiration Point. It’s hard to top that!
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