Wyoming WaterFalls

Yellowstone Falls Hidden Falls Shell Falls Tower Falls Firehole Falls Kepler Cascades Lewis Falls Moose Falls Porcupine Falls Bucking Mule Falls Cave Falls Glacier Falls Porcupine Creek Falls Granite Falls Beartooth Falls Bridal Veil Falls Bull Lake Falls Cliff Creek Falls Cottonwood Falls Duck Creek Falls Le Vasseur Falls Little Medicine Falls Menace Falls Popo Agie Falls Wohelo Falls Bridal Veil Falls

Wyoming is the 10th largest state in the U.S in terms of area, but it is the least populated. So if you are looking for some elbow room, Wyoming is the place to be. Wyoming features grasslands, gorges, mountains, hot springs, Yellowstone National Park and of course many waterfalls.

Yellowstone National Park is a treasure trove of waterfalls. Several more falls can be found in Grand Teton National Park. In the Bighorn Mountains you can find Shell Falls, the 200' tall Porcupine Falls and the 500' tall Bucking Mule Falls.

I know almost nothing about most of the other falls on the map. They are names I found in geographical data and I do not know if they are worth visiting or even if they can be visited. Two exceptions are Popo Agie falls and Cliff Creek Falls. Popo Agie waterfall is in Sinks Canyon State Park upstream of where the Popo Agie River vanishes underground into the Sinks. This waterfall falls a total of 200' over several drops the largest of which is 60'. Cliff Creek Falls near Jackson can be visited by horseback, on bike or on foot.

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