From the writers at RV Life Magazine.
Yellowstone National Park abounds with hundreds of waterfalls; a few are visible from the Grand Loop Road, the paved roadway through the park. Others are a short hike off the main road, but still more are hidden miles into the wilderness. Lee made several day hikes into the back country to photograph the remote waterfalls. Together, we mostly hiked to falls off the Loop Road, and on trails that had high foot traffic.
Along the Yellowstone River, the Lower Yellowstone Falls is the crown jewel in the park, likely second only to Old Faithful in photographs by visitors. A steep trail with switchbacks leads to the brink of Lower Yellowstone Falls.
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