- Things to See, Other Attractions, Waterfalls, Things to Do, Picnic Area
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Location: 27 miles south of Big Timber on Hwy. 298
This is one of the more unusual waterfalls you will ever see. The Boulder River literally drops into a hole and exits out of the face of a 100-foot cliff. If you catch it at the right time during spring runoff (usually early to mid-June) the river rises above the hole and cascades over the bridge to the gorge below. The appearance is that of a mini-Niagara. The river and canyon below the falls are equally spectacular. The viewpoints for the falls are wheelchair accessible and much of the walk to and around the falls is paved. A parking area and points along the trail have interpretive signs explaining the geology of the falls.
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