“Outdoors & Recreation in West Yellowstone, MT”
Lewis Falls is a thirty-foot-high drop of the Lewis River about a mile downstream from Lewis Lake. The area was explored in 1872 by the Hayden survey. Due to its location above a highway bridge crossing of the Lewis River, Lewis Falls is one of the park's most photographed waterfalls. It is easily seen from one's car window when driving the south entrance road, and there is a pullout and parking area nearby.
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