Rocky Mouth Falls Trail is a 0.9 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Sandy, Utah that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, trail running, and rock climbing and is accessible year-round.
Directions: At the intersection of 9400 So. & Wasatch Blvd, continue south 3 more miles on Wasatch Blvd., watching for an LDS church on the RIGHT. Park just south of this church, on the EAST side of the road. Walk up all the wooden stairs, uphill in the neighborhood, passing about 4 homes. Keep your eyes open for a catwalk between two homes. Follow the steep trail to the waterfall.
Not accessible year-round as the description states. I went in December just now and the trailhead was gated off with no way through and deadbolted. The sign says it's only open April 15- Oct 15
Easy hike up to beautiful waterfalls. You pass through a neighborhood where there are some really nice houses. Just pay attention to the trail signs when you're in the neighborhood, and they easily direct you up to the waterfall. Short easy hike but worth it.
A great trail for beginners! My fiancé and I just moved here and this was the first hike we went out and it was a great starting hike!
Cool trail with crazy big homes around. Quick but not too easy!
easy for a quick mile feels like you are on a stair master
Extremely short and easy trail. Waterfall is not that big either. Just a nice afternoon walk, with some stairs.
Quick beautiful trail! Vibrant fall colors this time of year and peaceful waterfall.
Short, but most difficult part seemed to be all the stairs. The beginning of the trail leads into more suburbia before heading back onto a trail. We saw a couple deer and some huge spiders, which my four kids enjoyed.
Fun, short hike to a pretty waterfall.
Fun, short hike with the kiddos. There are still some fall colors on this hike
Beautiful short hike. Good for kids too, although there are rocks to scramble over at the end. The waterfall is small but spectacular in its own way.
This was an easy trail but with a good initial incline. I would not recommend this trail for elderly people with trouble walking, since this is not a paved trail. I went in early September so the waterfall was only a trickle. The trail is only about a ten minute walk up. Still, this trail is a nice, small escape into nature.
Fun trail. Beautiful falls.
We hiked with thee adults, two babies in packs and two toddlers (5&2). Don't be alarmed that as you leave the trailhead you enter a neighborhood. Your still on the right path ;) As you continue up the hill in the neighborhood you'll see the trail on your right hand side. We hiked at about 9a on a Friday morning and didn't see anyone else on the trail though there were two other people at the falls and we saw lots of moms with kids heading up as we were coming down. This is a fairly steep trail but it's very short so that makes it pretty doable even for little people and pregnant people if you go at a slow pace. The falls aren't huge and it's fairly rocky, but there were some big rocks to sit on. We all enjoyed the morning.