Mill B South Trail

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Mill B South Trail is a 0.5 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Salt Lake City, Utah that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from March until October.

DISTANCE
0.5 miles
ELEVATION GAIN
95 feet
ROUTE TYPE
Out & Back

wheelchair friendly

kid friendly

birding

hiking

nature trips

road biking

trail running

walking

forest

river

views

waterfall

wild flowers

wildlife

no dogs

walking
7 days ago

It has breathtaking views. It is uphill, but it's not too steep. You can hold a conversation while walking but feel it a litttle in your legs. At the end when the trail ends in order to get a better view of the water, it is no longer wheelchair friendly, and you have to step over logs and rocks to be closer to the water. I loved it!!

hiking
12 days ago

16 days ago

Perfect little getaway; also a good place to walk around the ol’ parentals.

walking
23 days ago

Great trail! Paved, shady and the cool air from the mountain run off make this a great stroll. I took my 4 yr old and 2 yr old. It was very easy and with the trail being so short it didn’t matter how long my kids would doddle or stop along the way. They loved seeing the butterflies and mountains and throwing rocks into the water. It’s a perfect outing for young kids and will tired them out without tiring the adult(s). The parking lot is small so you may have to park along side the road. If you go past the pavement just a little bit that waterfall is worth it. And if your adventurous and don’t have kids with you you could go even farther up in the rocks. There’s also restrooms at the trail head so that’s a nice bonus.

1 month ago

easy hike and super short with beautiful waterfall...

hiking
1 month ago

Quick hike! Nice spot to picnic on the rocks near the end! Kids loved it. Ages 2-9 all walked the whole way!

1 month ago

This was a very short hike, but if you continue straight past where the pavement ends you come to a second waterfall that is amazing. We went with our three kids (10, 7, 4) and they all did great. There is a pretty decent incline but otherwise it is pretty easy.

2 months ago

Nice little, shaded walk for me and my two young kids. Probably took us 30-40 minutes round trip with a lot of stopping along the way.

2 months ago

I would not call this a hike it is a ten minute walk, it is a very nice and pretty place. perfect weather.

hiking
2 months ago

I don’t know that I’d classify this as a hike, more like an uphill walk. But, it is beautiful and leads to Lake Blanche trail. The water in the creek is very high right now and was stunning. Easy hike for little kids.

2 months ago

Easy, short, with beautiful views and picture opportunities.

hiking
3 months ago

Absolutely beautiful views of the river, as well as a waterfall just above where the trail crosses a creek. Paved and enough of a slope to make it not quite just a walk in the park. I was a bit skeptical of being right next to the road, but the trees and embankment block most view of the cars, and the sound of the river blocks their noise. Quite a lot of people, but there are enough bends in the trail and trees that it doesn't feel quite as crossed as it is. Nice for beginners just come into the whole outdoors thing.

3 months ago

Pretty

3 months ago

Great paved path. Easy up and back with beautiful scenery.

3 months ago

4/29/18
Short, sweet and paved! Beautiful views of the river.

3 months ago

This trail is perfect to bring young children.

9 months ago

Very pretty drive there and park was beautiful and well maintained. Captured amazing video and pictures. Loving my stay here from Oklahoma. Locals are very welcoming and informative on my Waterfall adventures. Beautiful state. Lots to do for someone who LOVES being outdoors.

9 months ago

Beautiful and scenic! Perfect for strollers, great leg strengthening trail.

walking
Thursday, July 06, 2017

Nice, short, easy mostly paved trail. We went with our 3 year old who walked most of the way. Nice waterfall good for a quick cool off and some scenic pictures. Flat areas along the creek to snack. Great for little ones who aren't too adventurous!

walking
Friday, June 23, 2017

Paved, so it'd be nice for wheelchairs or strollers. Honestly, it would be a nice little stop if you're the type to just go for a drive in the canyon. Maybe I'd take my parents there when they visit, kind of deal. The little waterfall isn't spectacular but it provided a nice mist after doing some other hiking. We also went up the Lake Blanche trail a little bit (definitely rocky and steep), but just a few feet up and you can climb over into some rocks and see more waterfall.

Thursday, March 30, 2017

Easy paved trail that runs along a river. Some great spots to stop, sit on a rock and think while the river calms your mind

hiking
Sunday, March 19, 2017

Really short but sometimes that is all you need. The path goes along the river, we went in March and snow still covered the paved path but it didn't make it that much more difficult.

hiking
Wednesday, February 01, 2017

Mill B South is a great little trail that leads to a small waterfall which forms a decent sized stream that follows the trail all the way down to the parking lot. I took my son with me on this adventure and I did not need to put him in the caring pack that we have, he loved walking the short distance to the bridge that crossed in front of the waterfall.

This trail is a paved trail but is slightly on the steep side in some areas I would like to say that it is wheelchair excusable but you might need a strong push.

There is a nice parking area and a sign on the side of the road indicating the trail head. I used my GPS on my phone and it took me about a mile short of the trail head, about 3 miles up big cotton wood canyon, but if you go about 4.4 miles up you cant miss it :)

There is also a bathroom in the parking lot! This is a great family hike. and if you want to travel further you can reach lake Blanche, i saw a lot a people going up further with boxes for fishing.

walking
Saturday, April 30, 2016

This basically follows Big Cottonwood Creek for a short distance

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