Waterfall, Glacier National Park - From Going to the Sun Road, near the weeping wall, United States

Waterfall, Glacier National Park - From Going to the Sun Road, near the weeping wall, United States
Waterfall, Glacier National Park - From Going to the Sun Road, near the weeping wall, United States
Waterfall in Glacier National Park, Crystal Point, USA is a popular tourist attraction with lush forests, jagged peaks and a thundering 535 foot high waterfall. The Waterfall Trail is an easy 2.2 mile hike, leading to an impressive cascading waterfall and two viewing platforms. The viewing platforms offer two stunning views, one on the top of the waterfall and one at the bottom. The misty, water droplet filled air gives the place a peaceful and magical atmosphere, with rainbows appearing on a sunny day. The surrounding forests, rocky bluffs and green meadows add to the beauty of it all. Hiking the trail is a great way to explore the national park close-up. It is a great spot for a picnic lunch, perfect for a leisurely stroll, a great view of the expansive countryside and a wonderful view of the iconic glacier.