Triumph Trail and Davis Creek 1st Waterfall Section

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Woodland Park

Triumph Trail and Davis Creek 1st Waterfall Section is a 0.9 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Farmington, Utah that features a waterfall and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and bird watching and is best used from April until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Distance: 0.9 miles Elevation Gain: 429 feet Route Type: Loop

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This hike starts with Triumph Trail uphill, which is brutal and can be dangerous due to steep pitch, loose shale, and having nothing to hold on to. You will need hiking boots and walking sticks. It’s just a swift gain in elevation, and you are rewarded with a waterfall and creek at the top. Take the Davis Creek Trail coming back down. There are rocks and roots and it is really overgrown in some parts.

13 days ago

Did the loop. went up Triumph. Gorgeous views of the falls. Scurried up and over. The climb up was very steep and kinda scary. The trail is skinny and kinda sketchy at parts, but once you get up over the top it flattens out and you're in a beautiful grove of trees. I felt like I was in the Fern Gully! Then the scenery changes to pine trees! I loved the variety of terrain and scenery. The climb up was quite difficult, wear good shoes! And the descent down the other side was easier and peaceful. Overall awesome hike!

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7 months ago

This trail was difficult. What made it the most challenging was how overgrown the trail was. There are small aluminum can rounds attached to trees as trail markers which are pretty consistent, this is what we followed since at times we could not see a path. Awesome views throughout and at the top and you really do feel triumphant. It took longer to get to the top than we thought and we ended up going down in the dark, which would have been much more comfortable in daylight.

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Sun Jun 24 2018

Did Triumph up, which was brutal, semi dangerous and gorgeous views, it pushed me and I loved it. Hard difficulty steep pitch, loose shale, nothing to hold on to. Definitely need hiking boots, walking sticks and maybe rescue gear and first aid for Triumph trail. It’s just a swift gain in elevation. Waterfall and creek were awesome at the top of Triumph . Did the Davis creek loop hike coming back down. Loved it. There are rocks and roots to trip on and it is really overgrown in some parts. Did it at night. Would do Davis loop again in the day going up. Wouldn’t take my 5 yr old but my 8 and 14 yr old could handle Davis creek loop.

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Sat Jun 23 2018

Missed the real short loop by taking the wrong trail. Discovered the error and just had a longer hike than expected

Sun Feb 18 2018

There’s a couple of small waterfalls on this trail that are worth a visit

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