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Went last Sunday. Not a soul in sight. Kind of funny how you walk between two house properties. One of which has 2 loud barking dogs that follow you up the trail but behind a fence. It was all ice and we took our 2 kids (ages 7 and 10). We managed just fine and slipped a little bit nothing too crazy. We went right up to the falls and were the only ones there! Will definitely do it again!

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1 month ago

2 months ago

An awesome ass buster trail. those last couple of miles are killer but keep moving. it's worth it!!

2 months ago

this was a mellow, somewhat steep hike. it's very short so anyone can do this one.

short but beautiful view if you make your way to go up higher!

We’ve enjoyed this hike many times. Great with kids.

Short and easy trail, lots of stairs

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2 months ago

Nice hike there is a New trail off to the right just passed the fence

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2 months ago

Easy and nice for the kids.

beautiful hike. lots of stairs and climbed straight up. it was just ok

trail running
2 months ago

Great trail to access Lone Peak and South Thunder. Trail to Upper Bells Resevoir is fairly easy then route finding to continue on.

Easy and short, fun climbing around, steep at parts for kids but not too hard.

Easy hike. Best to go in early spring. If you want a challenge, use the deer trails to the north of the falls. They take you to the top of the waterfall.

hiking
3 months ago

very pretty trail leading up to a beautiful waterfall. This Oklahoma Girl was impressed

hiking
3 months ago

Hiked this with all the reds and oranges in full swing. It was beautiful. A short easy hike for the 2 and 3 year olds in tow. There was plenty of water in the falls. The kids loved this one.

it's amazing, short and sweet hike with nice waterfall at the destination. the drive and overlooking city looks beautiful.

This hike will push you hard because it totally sneaks up on you. The first couple miles are just kinda meh, but then comes the last mile. That’s where you begin the climb. We did this hike on the end of September so the snow began to be problematic, as the trail is almost non existent from 3000 feet up. Just stick close to the river and you should be able to figure out where the heck you’re going.

From the parking lot this is really only 3/4 mile. Lots of steps/stairs. Beautiful fall leaves and the waterfall is super cute. There is a part where you can scramble up the hillside and get a great view of the valley. Totally worth the short hike for the waterfalls and changing leaves.

five star if you prefer short hikes. zero stars if you prefer to hike trails instead of sidewalks. three stars if you want a waterfall 10 minutes from your house.

Steep, glad I had trekking poles.

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