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Impressions Of Nature

The highest waterfall in Yellowstone, the Lower Falls, is often visible to the west, dropping a total of 308 ft., nearly twice the size of Niagara Falls.  Rhyolite rock formations shape the canyon walls adding incredible depth and dimension to this remarkably dynamic geologic feature.  The canyon is approximately 20 miles in length and varies in depth from 800 to 1,200 feet and it's maximum width reaches 4,000 feet across.