Moose Falls, Yellowstone National Park
Categories: Waterfalls, Nature & Parks
Moose Falls is a plunge type waterfall on Crawfish Creek in Yellowstone National Park. The waterfall was named in 1885 by members of the Arnold Hague Geologic Survey for the plentiful moose found in the southern sections of the park. The falls are just 75yd west of south entrance road via an easy trail that begins 1.2mi north of the south entrance station.Make Moose Falls part of your personalized Yellowstone National Park itinerary using our Yellowstone National Park vacation trip planner.
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Found out about Moose Falls from Things to Do on Trip Advisor. It is shown on the Yellowstone map, but no info. About a mile north of the south entrance on the right side of the road, just after you c... read more »
Nice falls with steps to view well. Not able to access the water because of posting. Noise of the falls adds to the enjoyment, since you can get so close.
You can see the top of the waterfall from your car as you drive by and the majority of people do. While we were there only two other groups stopped. You are missing a very nice waterfall with a very s... read more »
Jumped in there many times in the early 80's. Was great fun to climb behind the falls on the very slippery rocks.
On a cloudy day, this is a great falls for photos!
A neat leg stretch on your way out of the park! I wish we could have jumped in the water but there were signs forbidding in.
Luis angel de hoz diegoThe waterfall is beautiful but there are much better in the Park. In addition when we visited it was forbidden to approach because of the deterioration that had suffered there by thugs... A penaltyshow original
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