Yellowstone Lower Falls

Montana Trip (21 of 63)

In June, I went on a family road trip from Salt Lake City to Jordan (Montana), with stops in the most beautiful places. Among those was Yellowstone National Park, which is the most beautiful place I’ve ever been to. I felt so little next to these huge waterfalls, mountains and trees. Our stop at Yellowstone made me realize again how lucky I am to experience all of this. Traveling and being surrounded by great people just makes me happy and helps me grow.

The pictures in this blog post are all taken by the Lower Falls. The Lower Falls waterfall is the largest waterfall in the Rocky Mountains and is the second most photographed spot in Yellowstone, so I didn’t want to miss out on this as you can imagine. There are a couple of different lookout spots that only require small and easy hikes to get to. I loved getting to be right on top of the waterfall because it makes you realize how strong and fast these waterfalls can be. Also, I had never been that close to a waterfall and that was one of the things on my bucket list, so you can probably imagine my excitement!

On another note, how cool are these bison we spotted everywhere along the way?! I had never been this close to a wild animal as I was to these ones and I think it’s great that national parks are a safe place for these animals. I wish I could have spotted a bear (from a distance of course) but I didn’t. That’s definitely on the list for the next national park adventure.

I hope you guys liked hearing back from me after months of not posting. I would love to get some feedback as to what you’d like to see more of on my blog.


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