Name, origin: Named in 1885 by members of the Hague parties. The reports are that they saw a ghost or specter in the gossamer white strands of the falls. But, the actual reason is undocumented.(1)
Hike: An easy hike of 0.6 of a mile, roundtrip.
Location: South of the Grand Loop road between Mammoth Hot Springs and the Tower-Roosevelt Junction. It is 4.8 miles from Mammoth or coming from Tower-Roosevelt Junction it is 13.2 miles. It is just east of Undine Falls. Parking and the falls are on the south side of the road.
(1)Whittlesey, L. H. (2006). Yellowstone Place Names. Gardiner, MT: Wonderland Publishing Company. Page 265.
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