Monday, February 12, 2024

Gibbon Falls

 Yellowstone National Park

June 2023

Our trip to Yellowstone was brief and our last little hike was to observe Gibbon Falls on our way out of the park. The parking lot was overflowing with vehicles and people when were arrived, but to our shock, one disabled spot was open and we were parked and on our way without any hassle.

The picnic area is accessible and I would say the short, paved trail is questionable when it comes to access. It is wide and paved, but there is a serious decline to reach the end of the path. I was able to wheel Kellisa, but one slip or out of control wheelchair would end badly in this area.

The falls were roaring and we spent time at each overlook until we were all alone at the farthest viewing point from the parking area. We enjoyed the peace of being alone and I didn't want it to end because we would start our drive home as soon as we were done.

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