This is one of the largest waterfalls in Utah County! The trail leads you through forests of towering pines, granite slabs, stream crossings and concludes with majestic canyon and waterfall views.
This trail has its own parking lot and is fairly well maintained and marked. Due to its out and back nature, the first half of the hike is mostly uphill, with a few flat sections. Thighs be warned. There are some fun changes of scenery along the trail: several river crossings where logs have been laid to create rudimentary bridges, pine forests, and even a roped section to help you lower towards the final stretch before the falls. If you’ve caught this hike in the summer, you may opt for a cool foot bath in the many stream crossings.
We recommend hiking this at any time of the year! We love the lush green of the summer, but also the snow-capped granite rocks in the winter. We highly recommend catching this one on a weekday – as it’s very popular, for good reason!