Union Falls, Yellowstone National Park / credit: Metrodyne
On my list of places that I would like to visit is Union Falls. It is in the back-country of Yellowstone National Park. Most people who visit Yellowstone will never see Union Falls because it is in an isolated section in the southwest corner of the park. What makes this waterfall unique, and the reason for its name, is that Union Falls is where two rivers come together. One stream is heated by geothermal heat, so you have two rivers of varying temperatures joining at a bridal veil fall. If I can ever make it back up to Yellowstone again, this is on my list of things to see.