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dog friendly


horseback riding



cross country skiing



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fly fishing


off road driving




rock climbing


road biking

The Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest is one of the 12 National Forests in the Intermountain Region as well as one of the urban National Forests in the Forest Service System. It covers an area that includes northern and north-central Utah, and southwestern Wyoming. This area also includes the larges population center within the State of Utah, which is known as the Wasatch Front. The Forest is heavily influenced and impacted from over a million people living in close proximity. The Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest has a net acreage of 2,169,596 acres. It is divided into seven Ranger Districts: Salt Lake, Kamas/Heber, Ogden, Pleasant Grove, Spanish Fork, and Logan in Utah; and Evanston/Mountain View in Wyoming. Scenic beauty on the Forest offers unlimited recreational opportunities throughout the year. Whether you enjoy skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling, hiking, mountain biking, camping, picnicking, fishing, boating, swimming, horseback riding, etc., you can find the recreational experience you are seeking. Because of the abundance of recreation opportunities and the large urban population along the Wasatch Front, the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest is one of the most heavily visited in the entire National Forest System.

Great hike that offers beautiful views and very easy. If you want to add a little more you can add Cecret Lake on at the end.

Strenuous at the very beginning but then becomes a great hike. Once you get out of the aspen grove it flattens out a big and offers spectacular views.

12 days ago

Love the hot pots. Great trail. Just FYI, as of March 7th, the road was still blocked off 4 miles from the trailhead so it ended up being about 12 miles total. Allow for extra time (I didn't XD), but it's doable in under 4 hours if you're in a hurry and don't stop.

Killer trail! Soft packed snow most of the way which made it a better workout. The views were awesome, well trafficked.

We took the kids (6, 4, and 2) we made our way to the top of the falls but I am pretty sure we missed the turn that would have led us to the bottom of the falls. It was a beautiful hike, with amazing views. The snow is still very abundant on the trail. We plan on going again a little later in Spring and trying to find the trail that leads to the bottom of the falls.

Love this hike! One of my favorites especially the large waterfall. Today was very dry in the beginning but throughout the trail is a fair amount of snow and slush. At the waterfall there was not alot of snow surprisingly. Would advise wearing spikes on your shoes.