Unfaithful Falls drops 100+ ft. off the Madison Plateau on a small, seasonal creek. It is visible from Biscuit Basin, and on the Mystic Falls Trail, by looking up and west. But it probably will only have substantial flow in June and July. You will also need binoculars or a high zoom lens to view it (at least 400mm).
The unofficial name "Unfaithful Falls" is proposed by Rubinstein, Whittlesey, and Stevens in their Yellowstone waterfalls book, because of its seasonal nature and its proximity to Old Faithful.
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