Booth Falls Trail is a 3.9 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Vail, CO that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding and is accessible from March until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Great fall color! Nice falls. Lot's of people.
This is a great easy to moderate trail, with great scenery all the way up! Cool waterfall and awesome valley right before the falls. Great for a later day hike, since it doesn't take too long (few hours with stops).
Beautiful vistas at almost every turn! Outstanding fall foliage.
Absolutely beautiful hike! We started early and there was no traffic on the hike. The aspens were gorgeous and so was Booth Falls.
Steep but pretty short. GORGEOUS views of the Aspens!
This trail was beautiful!! On the way up everywhere you turn is a new beautiful view. The colors right now are unreal..fall colors everywhere. It's not a quick hike, some parts are steep but the view from the falls is well worth it!
The whole way up was beautiful, especially the aspen groves. About half way up, turn around for a great view of Vail.
Some parts are great. Don't miss the waterfall, it's kind of to the side of trail, when you hear the noise look for little trails to the side.
Amazing hike and absolutely beautiful scenery! I'd definitely come back:)
It is a beautiful hike it is one of 303 101 most beautiful and I see why I loved it much
Amazing trail. It got a bit difficult with some of the terrain but we took it easy and stopped when necessary and it was well worth the waterfall at the top and the amazing views along the way!