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Watch out for the drop off as you cross Hyalite Dam, felt like we fell a foot as we drove over it, cross to the other lane if you can! Pretty rough road to Palisade Falls but pretty scenery on the way and the falls...More
Hyalite Canyon holds gorgeous views around every turn of the road heading up to several camping areas and short hikes. The trail leading to Palisade
Falls holds treats for flora and fauna lovers alike. Watch for picas and marmots in the scree areas, lingering robins...More
Palisade Falls in Hylite Canyon is part of the Hylite challenge trail system that makes it accessible for folks with disabilities. The falls is best in the early to mid summer and turns into a trickle by fall. The falls is also a great Ice...More
Just FYI don't use google maps..just keep driving until you get to the Lake, then drive around it to the trailhead. Bathroom there. Nice paved pathway for the .5 mile hike. Falls & Forest are beautiful.
Located south of Bozeman, Montana in the Gallatin National Forest - about a 30-40 minute drive from the city. The drive itself is scenic, up a canyon/valley with a river and lake along the way.
From the parking lot (which had plenty if spaces) you...More
Normally, I avoid paved nature walks, but I am glad I made an exception for Palisade Falls. The walk is easy, although all uphill (and then down, of course), completely paved and handicap accessible, and can be enjoyed by families with strollers and people with...More
First, this is a Really wonderful waterfall. Not only is the waterfall lovely, but also the rock strata around it is neat and the hike is lovely. The hike is only .7 of a mile and it is all paved! It is pretty much all...More
Seeking outdoor time on a hot day we chose Hyalite Canyon off Cottonwood Road south of Bozeman The road gets more primitive and gravel as you approach the Palisades Falls. There is adequate parking near the falls walkway. This is a gradual uphill climb not...More
It took about 40 minutes to drive to trailhead from downtown. Beautiful scenery. Once we were to the trailhead there was about a mile hike to the waterfall. It had some moderate inclines. At the waterfall you can climb right up to it- it is...More
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I cannot say for sure, but my GUT tells me no. There's been a LOT of snow this winter & when we went LAST FALL it was a muddy, snowy mess...I have no idea for sure, but I am not sure they plow those roads up past the... More
I cannot say for sure, but my GUT tells me no. There's been a LOT of snow this winter & when we went LAST FALL it was a muddy, snowy mess...I have no idea for sure, but I am not sure they plow those roads up past the reservoir. Sorry I am not giving more detailed answer, but just what I *think* may be the case.