Name of Waterfall

Crazy Creek Falls


Crazy Creek Falls is a fairly popular attraction along the Beartooth Highway east of the northeast corner of Yellowstone National Park. The falls occur where its namesake creek accelerates down a 560-foot long ramp of bedrock, creating a huge waterslide which drops about 120 feet in total, but at an average pitch of perhaps 25-30 degrees. Crazy Creek can swell to significant volume during the melt season, such that even though the falls are not very steep, it still becomes a very impressive feature.

Other Names


Total Height (ft)


Watershed or Feeder Stream

Crazy Creek