There are so many wonderful waterfalls in Yellowstone National Park. With the geysers, geothermal features, and wildlife, it’s understandable why it’s such an amazing place! I visited in June 2014, and while the roads were clear of snow, it was still pretty chilly. One of the days it rained constantly and I wasn’t going to waste my time, so I did everything in the chilly rain. I was soaked when I got back to my cabin.
Kepler Cascades is one of the less visited waterfalls. It’s rather close to Old Faithful and the lodges, so it’s an easy stop if you’re visiting Old Faithful, which you should! There’s no hike required to view the falls. They’ve set up a viewing area. So don’t miss the Kepler Cascades when you visit Yellowstone National Park.
- As I mentioned, Kepler Cascades is near Old Faithful and the lodges. Old Faithful is off of US-191.
- Drive just a bit further south on US-191 from the Old Faithful Lodge and on your right, you’ll find a parking and viewing area for the Kepler Cascades and the Lone Star Trailhead. There isn’t any hike required.
Accessibility: 10/10 (easy)
Length of Hike: negligible
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