We acknowledge that this trail is located on the traditional territory of Núu-agha-tʉvʉ-pʉ̱ (Ute).
Get not one but TWO waterfalls in this hike! We love how lush this hike is (the green moss along these falls even thrives in the mid winter!). This trail is easy to access and great for a variety of skill levels. Not to mention the views of Robert’s Horn and Mount Timpanogos are gorgeous. We highly recommend continuing on past the lower falls to the upper falls! It only adds ~ 1 mile or so, but is well worth it.
This hike is located in a National Forest, so get your pass ready or be prepared to pay for a day pass. The parking lot tends to fill up in the Spring & Summer months since it’s used for a few different hikes, so street parking may be needed. Avoid crowds by going on a weekday!
We recommend doing this in the summertime. The neon green ground cover and moss-covered rocks are stunning in early July. When much of Utah’s foliage is dried up, these waterfalls are so refreshing. If going in the winter, check avalanche conditions ahead of time.