Explore the most popular waterfall trails in Lone Peak Wilderness with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Full disclosure: we only did the first mile of this hike to the Red Pine split, but what an amazing trail so far! So many families with small children doing just a portion of the trail as well. I love a trail that is gorgeous even if you don’t go to the destination. The journey, any part of it, is worth it on the trail. Views of the valley, the river, and a gradual incline made this a nice little hike. Would love to come back someday in better shape and do the whole thing!

on Rocky Mouth Falls Trail

1 day ago

Once you get up to the trailhead the hike to the waterfall is very short. You can keep going on the BST if you need more of a hike.

Goal setting out was the complete loop. Made it to the saddle 2 3/4 miles from trail head. My daughter 15 and companion fantastic 45 yr had some issues the last mile. The grade gets and continues to be steep and rocky. I had heavier ankle high hiking boots and they had low ankle approach type shoes, wear heavier boots suggested do to rocks and uneven terrain. 3 liters water and liter of Gatorade type used each of us. Also had protein type bars and string cheese. Exposure sunny and some Sade with a breeze on and off. Sun and altitude be sure to wear sunscreen. Little snow at the white rock slide near the top but no problem. Earlier start would have been best. Left around 245 and returned 8. Be sure to drive up into the camp ground to the actual trail head and park and hard to read map posted. Trail is strenuous and rocky as described and was easily to stay on, nice waterfall about half way. Enjoy! Would like to get to the top of Box Elder peak and finish the loop.

Great hike for kids and families looking for a small hike.

Great little hike for small kids. Took my 7-2 yr olds and they had a great time. The 2 yr old walked the whole time.

One of the BEST hikes in Utah. Scenery is phenomenal in any direction you look.

great first hike of the season with our two kids, age 7. wearing shoes that can get wet was a great suggestion. hike is up hill, so still shoes that strap on with a little tred. a little deceiving as I didn't realize it was less than mile total round trip. after you walk through the neighborhood, from the actual trail head to the waterfall is only .3 miles. you can follow Bonneville trail line as well though for a little more walking and got back to the waterfall to cool off. shaded nice hike.

Great views, a waterfall and a beautiful lake.

Hikes and camped this past weekend. It was definitely a workout but was worth it when we reached the lake. Camped on top of the waterfall and was so beautiful to wake up to.

I like backpacking

Hard hike today, still lots of snow towards the upper reservoir. Trail was mostly visible until the you reach the deep snow. Had to post hole last bit of the trail with micro spikes. Overall great time and will do it again!

Gate was open to the trail today, still muddy and wet, but great non the less.

This was our 1st hike. It was amazing and has sparked our urge to do more!

hiking
13 days ago

Just called the ranger station as well, was reported it would be closed until the 25th of May.

I loved the hike and the views were worth it!!! I’d definitely go again!

hiking
17 days ago

I called the Pleasant Grove Forest Ranger District and found out 008/Silver Lake Road is not open yet. I was advised to call around the 15th and they would have more info. Their number is 801-785-3563.

This was a nice easy hike. I wish I would have worn waterproof shoes because you can get right up to the falls if you have the right shoes on. It was pretty busy there though.

hiking
18 days ago

Does anyone know if the road is open yet?

hiking
22 days ago

Incredible hike!!! We only made it 4 miles up, shy of the lake by a mile or so. We were not prepared to traverse the knee to waist deep snow in spots. Must do! We will be back!!!

This was the first hike my kids have completed. It was the perfect distance and difficulty for them (ages 6 and 3) to be challenged, but learn that if they keep going there’s a fun reward at the end (an awesome waterfall!). It is steep, but manageable.

This trail is so good if you have kids. Only takes between 10-15 mins to get to the waterfall and the experience for the little ones is amazing!

the first half is through a neighborhood of giant houses, you need to cross the street at a blind corner to get to the trail head but it was a good hike for small children (almost 3 and almost 1yrs). very busy.

Nice quick hike.

hiking
1 month ago

My kids and I did this hike a week ago and loved it. It is steep at first, but then it gets easier. This was our first hike of the year, so it was nice to start with a shorter one. My kids (ages 19, 6 and 4) get excited each week to pick a new hike to explore, but so far this was their favorite because of the waterfall.

By far one of my favorite hikes. The lake is beautiful!

hiking
1 month ago

Tried to hike this on Saturday but the road that takes you the last 5.5 miles is still closed. Everyone had to turn around at the gate. Will try again in a month and update.

This was a beautiful hike. My kids had fun, it was a little hard for my youngest ( she is 3). We will be doing the hike again..

The trail was very easy to find based on the directions on AllTrails. trail conditions were fantastic no snow on the trail just a little bit of wetness. there was snow around the sides of the trail but nothing that impeded the climb up. The waterfall was flowing nicely and it was a wonderful afternoon hike!

I misread this as .9 one way, so it was disappointingly short and we opted to hop down the BoSho to get some miles. However, if you have small kids or otherwise need a very short (ten minute) hike to a waterfall where they can play, this is great. Dry trail today.

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