Name of Waterfall

Savage Creek Cascades


This series of four distinct sections of cascades can be found on an unofficially named stream which enters the Fall River about two-thirds of a mile downstream of Beulah Lake in the southwest corner of Yellowstone National Park. The largest individual section of falls is reported to be about 70 feet tall. The four sections are separated by between 300 and 500 feet of linear distance, so it is likely that this entry will be split into multiple entries with more clarification of how the various falls occur.

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Watershed or Feeder Stream

Savage Creek