Name, origin: Around 1920 it was renamed from “Upper Falls of the Gibbon” to Little Gibbon Falls. It was renamed by fish researcher John Seamans in 1939 because it resembled the larger Gibbon Falls, which is located downstream.(1)
Fun Facts: You are walking through the Virginia Meadows, a peaceful walk. Watch for the birds and other animal life as you walk.
Location: Parking is on the south side of the road, the trail head is beside a small sign on the north side of the road. The hike is 1 mile out. You can continue walking for 1.5 miles to Wolf Lake.
(1)Whittlesey, L. H. (2006). Yellowstone Place Names. Gardiner, MT: Wonderland Publishing Company. Page 154.
Please note that all pictures displayed on this site are for educational purposes on this site only. Please link people to this page if you want them to see the image(s). If you have a need for these pictures please follow the link below to purchase a print or click here to email Awareness Productions to discuss usage of a picture in your project(s).
All images are registered by Fay Yocum. All Rights Reserved. No rights granted unless in writing by Fay Yocum
To view more pictures or purchase pictures by Fay click here.
Copyright 2006 - 2017. Awareness Productions. All Rights Reserved.