Palisade Falls, BozemanCurrently Open
- Address: Fs 3165, Livingston, MT 59047, USA, Bozeman, United States
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
- Tags: Waterfall, Family And Kids, Picnic Spot
About Palisade Falls, Bozeman
Head out of Bozeman and take the trail to discover the gorgeous beauty of Palisade Falls. Begin at the Palisade Falls Picnic Area parking lot. The trailhead is marked right here. Families can even picnic right here; there are plenty of picnic tables at the trailhead where you can relax or power up for the hike. The main hike is pretty simple and not exhausting. Hike for around a mile and you will reach the 80-foot vertical rock from which the falls take a trip down to the ground. The trail mostly follows a tributary, so it is quite scenic. Summer is the best time to explore the falls. Visitors recommend this location for its light hike and scenic views all around.
Palisade Falls Information
- Take this hike only in the summer, the trail is rough and cold in other seasons.
How To reach Palisade Falls by Public Transport
- You can hire a car to get here.
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Palisade Falls, Bozeman Reviews
Great little hike, easy to complete. Waterfall at the end is beautiful. Great hike for kids.
Gorgeous scenery. Paved and easy for all ages to walk.
Beautiful easy hike. Paved path easy to climb
Short (0.7 miles), paved, and wheelchair accessible. Great scenery, and beautifull waterfall to hike to!!
Went in winter. Just as an FYI, they closed the last 0.5-0.8 miles of road leading to the TRAILHEAD parking lot. There was another parking lot where people got out and walked from there. As a road, it's very easy walking/skiing/biking; though as a road, it's not much too look at as it's cleared for two cars. So be prepared for that possibility I suppose. As far as the actual hike goes, it is very easy and rewarding. Just in front of the falls, the trail had a 10 ft stretch of just ice. So go around that.