[First of the Seven Falls. Unknown, circa 1922, silver gelatin print. Myrtle Brown Collection, Dickinson Research Center, National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum. 1978.009.36.]
It may not involve climbing the 14,000 plus feet to the top of the mountain, but Seven Falls still involves some climbing! There are 224 steps from the base of the falls to the peak, and tourists like Myrtle and her friends have been climbing them since Seven Falls opened as a tourist attraction in the 1880s.
The Seven Falls are: Bridal Veil, Feather, Hill, Hull, Ramona, Shorty and Weimer.
(Fun fact: our archivist who digitized these images has stood in this exact same spot on a family vacation!)