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About this spot
Kepler Cascades is a series of waterfalls located on the Firehole River. The largest fall is approximately 50 feet (15.25 m) tall and the whole series of falls has a vertical drop of approximately 150 feet (45.7 m). Philetus Walter Norris, the second superintendent of the park, named the waterfalls. He named them after the 12 year old son of Wyoming's territorial governor John Wesley Hoyt, Kepler Hoyt when they were visiting the park in 1881.
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