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Location: Yellowstone National Park, near Mammoth Hot Springs, Park County
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Height: ~60 ft.
Access:   car   nodog   wheelchair  
Distance: n/a
Elevation: 6600 ft.
Season: Apr-Sep
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Lat/Long:44.94411, -110.63912
Directions:From Mammoth Hot Springs, drive east on the Grand Loop Rd. for 4.1 miles to the signed turnout for Undine Falls (or 14.1 miles from Tower junction).   Undine Falls pictures for sale; Click to view gallery

Undine Falls is a pretty little three-tiered waterfall falling on Lava Creek, and is easily seen from the roadside.

From the viewpoint, you can also follow a trail to get to the top of the waterfall. You can also notice from this viewpoint that there is a Lower Undine Falls. However, you can only see the very top of the lower falls. Although it looks like there is a trail from the viewpoint leading down to the falls, the cliffs here are very steep and this would be a very dangerous route. Following the Lava Creek Trail on the north side of Lava Creek is a better (but still difficult) route to the lower falls.

Another waterfall nearby which we did not get to is Wraith Falls. This one requires a short hike to reach.

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