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Bullion Falls is a 2 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Marysvale, Utah that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from May until September. Dogs and horses are also able to use this trail.

Length 2.0 mi Elevation gain 449 ft Route type Out & Back
Dog friendly Hiking Horseback riding Nature trips Walking Bird watching Forest River Views Waterfall Wild flowers Wildlife Over grown Rocky
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Trailhead starts across the cedar bridge at Miners Park. There's a 60 foot waterfall at the end, plus another waterfall on your left halfway up the trail. The road leading to the trail is full of rocks. When you reach the sign for Miners park the trail is on the right.

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Stella Arellano
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Dave Zeldin
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Let me clear things up with the road up to the trailhead. There are a lot of conflicting reviews. I believe this is due to the confusion of the first 3/4 of the actual trail being an ATV/UTV Road, and people think that’s the road they are supposed to drive their cars up. We were able to drive our 30’ C Class RV up to the trailhead. Keep in mind; this was early September with no rain or snow. I can’t comment on those conditions. Once you get up to the trailhead, go over the bridge and park. There’s plenty of room to turn a large vehicle around. The trail itself is alright. Like others have said, it’s mostly an ATV/UTV trail, so it’s super rough and unpleasant at times. Toward the top, the ATV/UTV trail ends and turns to hiking trail. From there it’s a short scramble to the waterfall.

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Kiersten Thomson
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Park by the small bridge and the trail starts to the right of the bridge. (If you go up a hit further up to miners park there is a cool area with a small loop of educational signs and old mining equipment.) The trail was mostly in the sun so bring plenty of water and it is a steady incline. The elevation made use need to take a few more breaks than usual. Plus we had our 4 year old along. She did great until the very end when the ATV trail ends are the real hiking trail begins. The hiking trail is not well marked so we got a little turned around getting back to the ATV trail but we managed. There is a rope to help you get (slide) down to the grotto of the waterfall. I had to carry our dog down then go back and carry down our 4 year old. Not terrible but just steep so use your judgement if just viewing the waterfall without going down the rope is enough for you. Going back downhill only took about 25 minutes. Definitely felt longer than 2 miles roundtrip but totally worth it. We only saw one other pair of hikers on the trail (Tuesday afternoon) and one group of ATV riders who drove up the ATV trail to the hiking trail which shortens at least 3/4 of the hike. The ATV trail only allows vehicle 60 inches wide (no truck, etc)

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Laura Hall
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Short and sweet, and it doesn't get challenging until almost the end. The trail actually starts to the right of the bridge, not actually in Miner's Park. The road forks just before the bridge- the right fork is the trail up to the falls, and the left fork goes to Miner's Park.

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Heather Smith
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it was a beautiful trail and the waterfall is amazing!

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Collin p
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I took a group of 6 up this trial, using a GPS may be unreliable as it tried to take one car up the trail. They nearly got stuck as for some reason they tried it... the hike itself was relatively easy alot of rock the kids would slip on bit overall not bad. once you get towards the end however it goes from moderate to hard as you have to climb steep hillsides to get down the last 100 ft to the waterfall. That and the fact that some losers left trash down the path were the only bad things. Watch for ticks we wiped one of the youngest but no bites.

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Hillary Johnson
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Great trail. We were able to drive our atv to the trailhead, but our truck would not have made it. Short hike from trailhead to the falls.

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Tim Burton
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The falls are absolutely gourgious. You can take an ATV most of the way up, though we hiked the 2 miles in. The trail is very rocky most of the way, and if you want to get down to the falls its a bit of a scramble down that should be classifed as "hard" though there is a rope that help you get down to them. There is a nice viewing area though that over looks the falls if you wish to stop there.

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Mitch Durham
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Would have been 5 stars but the atv use has left the trail a little worn. Beautiful views of the forest and an awesome waterfall at the end

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Teddy Stanley
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Great little hike with awesome waterfall.

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Kayli Yardley
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Always a favorite of mine- water was flowing good to both waterfalls- was starting to really heat up so be sure to pack your water.

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Angelica Mayor
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Hali Ficklin
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We did this in the fall, pretty fall colors on the ride up to the trail head. Hike was rocky and beautiful

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Joe Inman
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It’s a road all the way up, unlike what the trail route says. Walked it all, but didn’t need to. Only hiking needed is to bullion falls and beyond.

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Jacob Burdis
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This is a great, short trail with an awesome payoff at the end. Very cool hidden gem off the beaten path.

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Brittney Harris
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Couldn’t get to the trail head. Dirt road that is very washed out. Tried to get to it with 4wd vehicle but it was too rough.

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Jared Barton
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Pretty fun trail.easy trail till about the last 80-100 yards and it’s kinda rocky. The falls are beautiful.

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Juan carlos Lopez
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Zorintha Relph
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easy, pretty

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Ryan IG @Anderson.outdoors
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Nice short hike. Waterfall is amazing. Pretty easy scramble down to the base of the Fall. Excited to go back in the Fall season for leaves.

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Will McFarland
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A nice 20 minutes in, 20 minutes out. Only down side was ATV traffic.

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Jennifer Tripp
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LOVED THIS HIKE! Seriously perfect. some sun, some shade, and two beauitful waterfalls. I will def be doing this again. As for the trail, park once you cross the bridge then walk back across the bridge and that's where it starts. When you see a break in the trees on your left, on the trail, look left and you'll see the first waterfall. Enjoy.

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Brandon Plewe
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A great waterfall! I just wish the forest service developed the official trail to one of the better viewpoints further down, and that there was a decent way to get down to it. I looked at the map and air photos, and it looked like you could easily cross over to the ATV road on the south side; nothing doing, there is an impassable slot canyon below the falls. Just below the switchback, there is a faint trail where you can cross the stream to the road on the south side if you want to loop through the great Miners Park museum (or the restrooms) on your way back.

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Brianna Schneider
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Grant christensen
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Guy Miller
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when you get to the sign that says Cascade falls keep going another 10 minutes and you get to bullion falls beautiful pretty spectacular waterfall easy hike what's a side detours you can take interesting detours I enjoyed this hike a lot I will go back

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Nate Spence
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Awesome Sunday afternoon type hike. Good hike for kids and the elderly.

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