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Dry Falls, Just Off the Yellowstone Trail

The Dry falls are 10 times wider and 4 times higher than Niagra fall. They were formed by floods during the ice age from Lake Missoula.

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Yellowstone Trail - Washington

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Nice photo. The Missoula Floods were truly beyond imagination. Not only are those falls as large as they are, but they were still a couple hundred feet underwater during peak flow. When you talk of cubic MILES per hour versus cubic feet per second... the scale is just enormous. Things like that make geology all the more fun for me.

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