Hidden Falls--Grand Teton. This was a crazy hike--wading through snow and slipping on muddy rocks next to a snow-melt swollen creek.
Keplar Cascades--Yellowstone. Right off the road when you enter through the South Entrance.
Firehole Falls--Yellowstone. In a beautiful canyon on a lovely drive.
Now it's time for the big one--Lower Falls on the Yellowstone River!
We listened to a great sermon by Tim Keller about how we, as followers of Christ, should interact with nature--and one concept stood out: the waterfall (or any natural thing) is praising God through being as created, so we should let the waterfall be the waterfall. I rejoiced this trip in letting the waterfall be its own beautiful created splashing self.