Stewart Falls Trail is a 4.2 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Pleasant Grove, 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 May until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail.
Stewart Falls is one of the most scenic, and photogenic, waterfalls in northern Utah. It falls in two tiers, and is over 200 feet tall. It is a moderate hike through a beautiful forest on the east side of Mt Timpanogos.
I love this hike during the summer. I went March 11 and there was a lot of snow. Too much to see the actual trail for Stewart Falls. I would do this only if you are comfortable with where the normal trail would be.
Even if you don't do the hike, we still had a great time walking around on top of all the snow. You can even see where an avalanche happened and knocked over a bunch of trees. Powerful stuff!
Just a head's up: the trail is closed in the winter if you are starting at the Aspen parking lot. You can only get as far as Sundance's groomed trail before you have to turn back.
If you want to go up to Stewart Fall's buy a pass at Sundance and use their snowshoes trail.
Fairly easy, and a lot of fun to snow shoe in! When you get to the waterfall it is stunning, part of its frozen then you get a little glimpse of the part that is still flowing. Highly recommend.
So much fun for snowshoeing. I haven't been snowshoeing in years and my friend had never been before so it was nice to go on a well-used trail (though not so well-used that it was crowded) that wasn't too difficult.
Fantastic! It was scary but neat to see and walk on the avalanche field (pic attached). This trail has wonderful panoramic views of the mountains and provided a very spiritual experience during a winter’s day trek.
one of the most beautiful trails
Easy and relaxing. Busy the day I went, but still pleasant