Waterfalls, waterfalls, WATERFALLS! I fricking love waterfalls. Montana was a dreamscape in this respect. Come, I’ll show you.
We started off with by far the mightiest falls of the trip, the Upper Falls of the canyon:
And the view from the top of the Upper Falls:
Fairy Falls, also in Yellowstone, is in the midst of the destruction caused by the Year of Fire, 1988:
Glacier National Park also had a lot to offer. The water of Macdonald Creek was so blue that I couldn’t resist:
In a couple million years, I’ll come back and hike Avalanche Creek slot canyon!
The sides of Logan Pass in Glacier are simply littered with waterfalls, many tiered like this one:
Or this one:
This waterfall, rightfully named the Weeping Wall, sprays so far out onto the road this time of year that cars had to take turns crossing in front of it!
The sky was ominous that day, but it was worth it to see St. Mary’s Falls:
And that concludes the segment on waterfalls, not that a photo can truly capture their watery glory!
I’ve done my best here with a Sony Cybershot point-and-shoot, but there is no comparison to seeing the real thing.
Until next time,