Ghost Falls via Little Corner Canyon Trail is a 5.5 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Draper, UT that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible from March until October. Horses are also able to use this trail.
This is part of the Draper Trails family of trails. Well maintained with a mixture of equestrian, mountain biking and hiking. Some parts of the trail are narrow so keep an ear out for mountain bikers. I almost got taken out and there wasn't anywhere to go. Super pretty fall colors and a water fall.
Took both the kids on the hike this morning. We started at the Carolina Hills Trailhead to knock off some of the mileage. The trail to Ghost falls can be confusing - be sure to take a map or hike with a friend that knows the way. Not knowing the route could mean adding unnecessary mileage to your hike. I'd give this hike a 3 because 1) there are lots of mountain bikers you share the trail with and 2) the falls are pretty small and unimpressive compared to others in the area. But, its a nice little canyon and a good way to stretch the legs and kill time with the kiddos.
nice hike but not much of a waterfall.
Hiked the area just to see what it has to offer. Hike half of the trail returning back to the Coyote Hollow trailhead
Looks like Corner Canyon made the list of top scariest places in Utah!
Easy hike. Watch out for mountain bikers :-)
Great little trail, be aware that depending on the time of year you will have a great little waterfall or a drip/non-existant waterfall.
Lots of mountain bikers. Falls were a disappointment. Trail was confusing. Nice views at the top.
Had a really good time in this hike! It's closed off right now because they're installing a pipeline or something, but many people just went around the locked gates. It was nice and quiet because of this, and I really enjoyed it. Unfortunately the falls is nothing but a mere drip right now. I believe the water is being diverted right now due to construction.
Decent hike. Not too challenging. Very sun exposed. Falls are very dry already - more of a trickle.
We went on a Saturday morning and it was highly trafficked with Mtn bikers. We spent a good amount of time trying to get out of their way. The Ghost Falls Trail was a bit confusing to find & follow. There's a lot of different trails in this canyon that run into each other. The map above actually takes you to the Ghost Falls Trailhead parking lot and not to the actual Falls. You could drive up to that trailhead via Orson Smith Trailhead. I wish we did that instead of hike through the canyon. We were pressed for time so had to turn back. No falls for us =( Such a very beautiful hike tho with amazing views! I wouldn't recommend taking this route to Ghost Falls with kids tho'. Too much bikers to watch out for.
Easy trail for kids. The falls were almost non existent and lots of poisonous plants to watch out for.
Thus is a very kid friendly hike. not too steep, but a good hike. The trail to the falls is a little confusing because there are many trails you can take. We went the beginning of June and the falls were there, but not a lot of water. Hiking up a small hill to the top of the falls provided a greater view, but it was a hit steep up to the top. There was a TON of mountain bikers, and at times the trail is narrow, so navigating hikers and bikers can get a bit tricky. Overall a great hike.
Decent hike. A little confusing at times. Beautiful flowers. Very green!
Parked in Orson Smith Trailhead and hiked up the road to the upper Ghost Falls Trailhead. Hiked down to the falls through wonderful skinny switchbacks. Continued past falls to Rattler trail all the way back to the parking lot! Awesome 4 miles!