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Tower Fall, Yellowstone National Park

#18 of 66 in Nature in Yellowstone National Park
Waterfall · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
Tower Fall is a waterfall on Tower Creek in the northeastern region of Yellowstone National Park, in the U.S. state of Wyoming. Approximately 1,000 yards (910 m) upstream from the creek's confluence with the Yellowstone River, the fall plunges 132 feet (40 m). Its name comes from the rock pinnacles at the top of the fall. Tower Creek and Tower Fall are located approximately three miles south of Roosevelt Junction on the Tower-Canyon road.

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  • Tower Fall is north of Canyon Village, along the upper loop of the Yellowstone Park. The fall is about 40 meters high and also part of the Yellowstone River System. The fall makes its way out of the.....  more »
  • What an amazing place. Plan on spending several hours. The hikes to the bottom of the falls and the view from the canyon require some energy. Steep slopes - make sure you bring water and comfy shoes
  • The falls are cool, but if you can brace a short but somewhat steep hike going to the bottom gives great views of the river that few get to see! If you are feeling even more adventurous you can go all the way down to the river bank.

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