“at the base of palisade mountain”
Palisade Falls is located south of Bozeman, in the Hyalite Recreation Area, just beyond the reservoir. The trail begins at the East Fork of Hyalite Crk., then follows a tributary for approximately a half-mile to a bridge fronting the falls. Palisade Falls is a towering cataract dropping more than 80 feet off a vertical rock wall at the southern base of Palisade Mountain. The trail is wheelchair-accessible, with picnic tables at the trailhead. Directions: Drive south on 19th Ave. to Hyalite Canyon Rd. Turn left, drive up the canyon, and continue past Hyalite Reservoir. At the fork, turn left and park at the signed trailhead for Palisade Falls.
I went off my route to see this only to discover they had the road blocked off near a car park... the falls was still 11 miles from the car park and unfortunately I meant for it to be a semi “quick” visit.
We followed navigation to the location here on Roadtrippers and it was just road. We couldn’t figure it where the Falls were. No internet service in the area to help us out
This spot on the Roadtrippers map doesn’t look accurate for the falls. You have to go south of the Hyalite Reservoir and start the trail by the Palisades Falls Picnic Area.
Loved the falls. We got lucky and it was mostly empty when we walked it. Had some pretty sights and got a bunch of great photos of the falls.
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