Tower Falls is nested in the Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA. The falls drops 132 feet (40 m) and the name comes from the astonishing “towers” of stone framing the top of the waterfall. In the morning, when the sun strikes the scene, the waterfall gets more graceful and picturesque, because it is possible to see rainbows in its mist. Unfortunately, only the first two-thirds of the trail to the base of the Tower Falls remains open, due to rock and mudslides of the lower viewing platform and a loss of structural integrity of the trail in this area, so the falls can only be seen partially from an upper overlook.
Tower Falls Map and Location
Tower Falls, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA