The most popular waterfalls in Montana are not the ones you might expect.
The state’s most popular waterfall, the Wall Falls in Beaverton, has been dubbed “The Wall” and “the most beautiful waterfall in the world.”
It’s also the one most people in the state will go to, and for good reason.
It’s one of the largest and most famous of the many cascades that dot the landscape of Montana.
You can see the waterfalls all over the state, from the Great Smoky Mountains in the northwest to the Columbia River in the south.
“We’ve been here from time immemorial and we’ve never seen a waterfall like this,” said Jeff Clements, a geologist and volunteer coordinator for the Montana Wilderness Society.
Waterfalls are a way to pass time.
The Wall Falls is a one-of-a-kind experience, and its a great place to take a break, said Clements.
“It’s a big, beautiful waterfall and it’s right in front of your house,” Clements said.
It is a very romantic spot to visit, especially for people who like to hike and have a little fun in the woods, Clements added.
“You see the sunset over the river and it just gets to be really magical,” Coles said.
A lot of people have come from all over Montana to experience this magical experience, said Bob Fergusson, the owner of the Big Sky Wilderness, which is a popular camping and recreation site on the Wall.
“This is the best waterfall in this area,” Ferguseson said.
Fergussons is one of several people who have been enjoying the water, as well.
He was at the Wall on Tuesday when a group of people from the area stopped by to check it out.
“I’ve been going to the Wall since it was built in 1912 and I’ve never experienced anything like this before,” Faggusson said, laughing.
“The views from there are just amazing,” he said.
“A lot people have been going there and it doesn’t get crowded, so it’s definitely a little bit of a unique experience.”
Ferguson said the Wall is known for its rock art, including pieces made by local artists and even a small piece of an old mine.
“When you come up here, you’re walking up into an old ore vein,” Fagusson explained.
The waterfalls are located about 500 yards off the highway and take about two hours to get to.
They are not open for water viewing, so people are encouraged to bring their own water and sunscreen, if they want to.
For a complete list of the most popular and best waterfalls, go to The Montana State Parks Waterfalls page.