The Falls Trail
Lander | Rockies to Tetons
Middle Fork Falls are formed where the Popo Agie River cascades over large rock outcrops as it drops into Sinks Canyon. The falls are actually a series of waterfalls and cascades, with the longest vertical fall about 60 feet high.
The hike from the trailhead to the falls is 1.5 miles (round trip of 3 miles). You can expect spectacular canyon, river and mountain views.
The first ¾ mile of the hike is easy, the second ¾ is moderate (rocky trail/elevation gain). The trail is rocky and narrow in places. You will gain over 660 feet of elevation over the course of the mile and a half hike. The elevation of the falls is 7800 feet.
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