If you’re driving between Norris Geyser Basin and Madison Junction, take a quick stop to spot Gibbon Falls. Located on the Gibbon River, the falls drop roughly 84 feet in a gradual descent. Park in the designated area near the top of the falls for a great view, but be ready to wait your turn for it, as the viewing area is often crowded. Follow the paved trail above the river to claim a view all your own. William Henry Jackson and John Merle Coulter of the second Hayden survey get credit for discovering Gibbon Falls in 1872.
Tower Fall is Beautiful, Accessible Waterfall in Yellowstone
Located in the northeastern part of Yellowstone near Tower Junction, the fall plunges a stunning 132 feet past pinnacles that surround it.