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Centerville Canyon Via Deuel Creek Trail

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Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest

Centerville Canyon Via Deuel Creek Trail is a 4.3 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Centerville, Utah that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

Distance: 4.3 miles Elevation Gain: 1,312 feet Route Type: Out & Back

dog friendly

camping

hiking

snowshoeing

bird watching

running

forest

river

views

waterfall

wild flowers

wildlife

rocky

snow

washed out

NOTE: You will need a high clearance vehicle to get to the trailhead. Short hike up and back along both sides of Centerville creek. Deuel Creek Trail is a pleasant hike up Centerville canyon. The distance from trail head to where the trails meet is about one mile from there you can continue up the canyon for quite some distance, return on the same trail or follow the other trail down the opposite side of the creek. Deuel Creek Trail is maintained be the Centerville Parks and trial committee.

Fun trail. Lots of dogs and a few mountain bikers too.

hiking
1 day ago

Gorgeous trail the entire way, one of my favorites! We counted 12 stream crossings all with footbridges. This trail will be on our list of yearly hikes.

hiking
3 days ago

This trail is amazing. When we went up it was super quiet, not nearly as busy as we were expecting. There’s also a cool little rope swing about halfway up, and the waterfall itself is cool to hang around for a little bit.

Trail still in good condition. Plenty poop bags from dogs. Report of a rattlesnake on the way down but didn’t see it.

9 days ago

This is definitely one of my favorites! good for kiddos and doggies too. there is one rocky part that you need to be careful but it's not too bad, but the rest is quite easy. I love all the bridges that cross the river several times back and forth. there's a rope swing about halfway up, but it was broke when we went. there is lots of shade and the trail follows the river all the way up to the waterfall! highly recommend this trail!!! Super fun!! WATCH FOR RATTLESNAKES!

hiking
9 days ago

Great trail lots of good veiws and cool bridges and waterfalls. It gets really skinny in some parts where rock slides happen but besides that it’s perfect. There is a really cool rope swing about 1/4 of the way up it’s fun to do but it gets crowded towards midday

hiking
muddy
rocky
scramble
9 days ago

Nice moderate trail with a lot of shade along the way. We started at 8am and took our time going up. Coming down two hours later the trail was pretty crowded. Definitely worth the hike to see the waterfall at the end.

there were so many people but still a great hike. I'd definitely recommend going on a weekday. also the rope swing is back which was a blast :)

Good trail. Provides some challenge for grade school-aged hikers. Some areas with long sheer drop offs, and rock scrambling. I had to carry my 3 year old but my 6 and 9 year old were fine. About 2.4 miles round trip to get to the swing and back. I would definitely give this a solid “moderate” rating due to the more challenging areas. Lots of shade, follows a river/creek almost the whole way. Every dog we passed on the trail was off leash, if you have an aggressive dog this may not be the trail for you.

13 days ago

This is a nicely maintained trail for a leisurely hike. I've never been on a trail with this much shade, which is really nice on a hot day. It never gets very steep (so if you are looking for a big cardio workout, this isn't the trail you are looking for), but it's a very scenic hike with a nice payoff (waterfall) at the end. The trail runs alongside the stream the whole way up, and there are lots of beautiful areas with water cascading off of the rocks in the stream.

scramble
13 days ago

A beautifully shaded trail along a stream with a fun swing at about the half way point. It's doable with kids but you'll have to help them scramble up rocks in a couple parts.

The best one I have ever been on!

hiking
17 days ago

Great trail! It’s shady the entire way and dogs are allowed to be off leash which is a bonus since many of the trails in the valley require dogs to be on leash. Being near the water the entire time is a huge bonus as well! Start early to avoid congestion- trail gets pretty backed up. I will note that I’ve never seen worse trail etiquette in all of Utah than what I witnessed on this trail. Our puppy was attacked by a dog and it was pretty scary. It’s a busy trail and in order for all the enjoy, give space for others, be polite and let people pass if you are going at a leisurely pace. If your dog, family or kids are not friendly or may try to attack others, maybe consider picking a more mellow time of day for the trail so all can enjoy it care free. The weather is getting nicer so let’s all just more considerate while we are out there :)

hiking
17 days ago

this was a beautiful 5 mile trail that had continuous waterfalls staying close to the river. it was not heavily trafficked and there were a lot of dogs off leash. there are areas that are on a ledge but were doable if you're not scared of heights. the swing was there as well as mile markers for every half mile. the final waterfall was worth it!! be sure to bring plenty of water!

hiking
rocky
19 days ago

It is a shady and peaceful hike. You hike along the creek so you hear the beautiful sounds of the water. It’s pretty steep in some parts. Very pretty hike. I highly recommend!

Fun. Challenging for younger kids but doable. Very scenic. Easy to get to trail in minivan. You don’t need high clearance

rocky
20 days ago

Started the trail from the South trailhead. Only went up about 2 miles because it was getting dark. Fun to home along the river the majority of the way. Steep drop offs and narrow walk ways that may not be best for young children. Rocky scramble about .7 miles up the trail. Beautiful hike. Can't wait to come again.

hiking
23 days ago

Pretty hike by a river creek, shaded for most of the trail, the target destination is a nice water fall with a relaxing view of nature. Dog friendly. There is rocky hill part where dogs have to go through but my 67 pound did it. If you have a small dog it might be smart to carry him because this part is in an side incline. No need to bring water for your pup because there is water along the trail. If you don’t have a truck you will need to park, then walk up about half mile to get to the trail starting point. This hike is easy for kids, I saw a lot of them. A total of 4.5 miles, bring hiking shoes. I will say this hike is pretty easy and worth doing.

hiking
rocky
23 days ago

hiking
24 days ago

Such a great little hike. Took the kids- ages 4,5, and 8- 3 times this week alone. All of them did fantastic and loved it. We prefer to start at the northern trailhead, as it is steeper and less shaded than the south side. That way, you get the harder part out of the way and the beautiful stroll on the south side trail is your reward.

hiking
24 days ago

I drove my Audi A7 to the trail head... no need for a high clearance vehicle...

hiking
bugs
26 days ago

Fun and easy trail. The creek is basically next to the trail the whole time, so if you get hot, you can just go into the water. There’s a part with some shelved rocks you climb over, which could be tricky for some little kids, and but overall it’s a nice nature walk.

You get to walk along the river for almost the whole trail. Very peaceful. Some challenging spots that are not good for kids.

beautiful views and great trail! loved how green and the amount of water coming down right now. definitely will do again

muddy
29 days ago

Beautiful, snow still near the top with mud. Go early to avoid crowds of people.

hiking
29 days ago

Great trail up to an awesome water feature! However after that the last bit of the trail is overgrown and hard to follow where the snow is... the trail ends at a peaceful spot but there is nothing spectacular to see. Unless you are up for an adventure and forging a 100 yards of your own trail in the snow, I would recommend stopping at the main falls.

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