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Tower Fall (1991)

A tributary of the Yellowstone River, Tower Creek plunges 40 meters at Tower Fall in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. The waterfall’s spray often creates a rainbow. The falls and the creek get their name from the basalt hoodoos that tower above them.

The official name of this waterfall is Tower Fall (singular). But authors of books and Web sites call it Tower Falls at least as often.


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