HikingKentuckyWaterfalls Tag: Red River Gorge

Hiking The Rock Bridge Trail To Creation Falls In Red River Gorge In Kentucky

Explore the scenic wonders of Rock Bridge Trail (#207), nestled within the captivating landscape of the Red River Gorge Geological Area, part of the Daniel Boone National Forest’s Cumberland District, within the Rock Bridge Recreation Area.   This is considered an easy to moderate 1.5-mile loop trail, featuring an elevation gain of approximately 250 feet. […]

HikingParksWaterfalls Tag: Yellowstone National Park

Hiking To Fairy Falls And The Grand Prismatic Spring Overlook in Yellowstone National Park

The Fairy Falls Trail is a popular hiking trail located in Yellowstone National Park. This scenic trail takes hikers past open meadows and through a lush lodgepole pine forest before ending at one of Yellowstone’s most spectacular waterfalls.   The trail is situated in the southwestern part of Yellowstone National Park. Visitors can park one mile […]

HikingParksWaterfalls Tag: Yellowstone National Park

Tower Fall In Yellowstone National Park

Tower Fall is a notable waterfall located in Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming and is situated in the northeastern part of the park, near the Tower-Roosevelt area. Visitors can view Tower Fall from a designated viewpoint accessed by a short walk from the parking area of the Tower General Store (44.89156, -110.38678).   The waterfall is […]

ParksWaterfallsWyoming Tag: Yellowstone National Park

Visiting Kepler Cascades In Yellowstone National Park

Kepler Cascades is another stunning waterfall located in Yellowstone National Park. In 1881 park superintendent Philetus Norris named the waterfall after 12-year-old Kepler Hoyt, who was the governor’s son.   The Kepler Cascades are situated along the Firehole River and is about two miles south of Old Faithful Village. The waterfall drops in a series […]

HikingParksWaterfalls Tag: Yellowstone National Park

Gorgeous Gibbon Falls In Yellowstone National Park

Gibbon Falls is a picturesque waterfall located in Yellowstone National Park. The waterfall is situated along the Gibbon River in the western part of the park, between the Norris Geyser Basin and the Madison Junction.   Gibbon Falls is a popular stop for visitors exploring the park due to its easy accessibility and beautiful surroundings. […]