Cascade Springs Interpretive Trail

EASY 69 reviews

Cascade Springs Interpretive Trail is a 0.8 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Midway, Utah that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding and is best used from May until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

DISTANCE
0.8 miles
ELEVATION GAIN
88 feet
ROUTE TYPE
Loop

dogs on leash

wheelchair friendly

kid friendly

birding

hiking

nature trips

walking

river

views

waterfall

wild flowers

wildlife

walking
4 months ago

Very easy paved trail, my kids loved all the bridges. Went this past weekend, and while still pretty, the fall colors are mostly all gone. It wasn't very crowded when we went which was nice. It is quite a drive to get there and I'm not sure it was worth such a long drive.

hiking
4 months ago

Very pretty, also very short. We were done and back to our car in about 30 minutes.

walking
5 months ago

This is by no means hiking. It's all on a wooden, man built trail that allows you to walk over the springs. It's like what they built in Yellowstone. It's a lovely walk though and very peaceful. We even spotted wild turkeys!

walking
5 months ago

Nice evening walk to take with the kids and dog. Weeknights are perfect

walking
5 months ago

Easy trail , lots of wildflowers and running waters.
I dug my feet in the water and it was freezing.
I did this trail last year.

6 months ago

Very easy nature walk. I love the diverse ecosystem here and all the signage identifying the various plants and trees.

7 months ago

Very kid friendly- took a 3 yr old.

7 months ago

Beautiful, short, kid friendly hike.

hiking
7 months ago

A very nice nature walk, excellent for non-hikers. Well-travelled as a result.

7 months ago

So very, very beautiful. It's easy. It's fantastic to look at. It's great for kids. Only possible downside is how sunny it can be. Go on a cool day or bring sunscreen.

hiking
7 months ago

A nice hike in trees and running water, with plenty of picnic and rest areas, too.

8 months ago

Nice area, easy exploring on paved trails and wooden pathways.

8 months ago

I would not describe this as a hike, it's definitely more of a stroll good for families. I went on a Sunday around 5pm in light rain, and even then it was really busy. On a nice Saturday afternoon, it is probably unpleasantly crowded.

However, the surroundings are beautiful! I can see it being magical on an early morning when the weather is nice and there is no one around.

If you are coming from SLC, I would highly recommend approaching along the Alpine Scenic Route as opposed to through Midway, especially if you want to avoid a very long, rocky dirt road full of ATVs and dirt bikes speeding all around you. I drive a Honda Civic and was afraid I'd get stuck in the dirt or run over a thrill-seeker. Plus, the Alpine route is absolutely stunning, definitely my favorite drive in the area!

8 months ago

Nice lush environs to relax in.

walking
8 months ago

Went today (6-1-17) with my nephew. We were pretty much the only people there. It was so beautiful and peaceful. But I bet it gets pretty crowded on the weekends.

hiking
8 months ago

Short walk. All paved. Great for kids, and leashed dogs. It's getting hot though because there's not a ton of shade up there. I'd do this in the morning.

hiking
8 months ago

Absolutely beautiful place to see water cascading over rocks. The place just opened up so there was still a lot of wildlife (deer, moose, butterflies, birds of every kind, etc). Fair warning, even on opening weekend, there were quite a few people here even a couple taking wedding pictures. Make the trip...well worth it.

This trail is closed due to snow on the roads. I was told on May 14th that it likely will be open around Memorial Day.

10 months ago

Very easy walk, great for our little family. Beautiful scenery.

hiking
Monday, September 12, 2016

Fun little walk. The drive there is beautiful in the fall and the springs are great with well maintained paths.

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