it was a fun hike! We went when it was about 45° and it was a little icy at times. But nothing too bad! It is Letty hard in the snow without snowshoes, but manageable. The frozen waterfall is worth it 100%!!!!
One thing I will warn about is, please don't go too close to the waterfall, or let your pups too close. We saw some pretty large pieces fall off on 2/4/17. So just be safe, and enjoy the sight! :)
This short popular hike in Weber County is a great one to do in the winter and summer, it's like two completely different hikes. I had the hike pegged at about 3.2 miles round trip and 950 ft elevation gain. It took us about 2 hrs 20 minutes with the descent taking about half as long as the ascent. The trail is extremely busy in the summer and is still fairly busy for a winter hike but manageable. We went on a warm day and the snow was very slushy and as a result I would say that wet feet are better than heavy boots for this hike. The waterfall is incredible and towers high overhead and at the time we were there was dropping chunks of ice as it was overly warm for the season. All in all great hike for the family and be extra nice to this trail as it is on private land. Don't want to lose access.