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Willard Creek Waterfalls is a 1.8 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Willard, Utah that features a waterfall and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking.

Length 1.8 mi Elevation gain 803 ft Route type Out & Back
Hiking Views Waterfall Rocky Scramble No shade
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Recordings (53)
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Cort Mao
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Hiking

Inner Peace.

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Amber Given
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HikingOff trailOver grown

The waterfall is pretty much all dried out. The correct trail goes North and then straight up a rock slide. If you wind around in the shade and come to a grate that crosses the river, you are on the wrong trail! The correct trail follows a big black pipeline the majority of the way up. Once on top it is shady and beautiful and you can hear and see the river for most of the way. If you want to see the waterfall up close you can cross the river a third time and it will take you right up to it.

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Jack Arevalo
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HikingBugsNo shadeOff trailRockyScramble

All the falls are dried up. Still a good fun view.

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Camden Hess
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HikingNo shadeOff trailRocky
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Alyssa Day
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HikingBugsNo shadeOff trailRockyScramble
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Matthew Irvine
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HikingRocky
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Laura Dinnell
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HikingBugsNo shadeRockyScramble
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Kelvin Bloxham
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HikingFloodedOff trailOver grownRockyScramble
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Braden Bell
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BackpackingRocky

Backpack training. First 1/2 is uphill and rocky. After that is is much easier and gets more beautiful. There are 2 main bridges to cross, the second is a little sketchy and slick. Well worth the hike if you make it to the waterfalls though.

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Lilliane Waelder
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HikingNo shade

Okay, so we are spoiled living in Ogden we do Waterfall Canyon all the time. Today we happened to be camping at Willard Bay and so we decided to give this trail a try. It is definitely worth doing once! It’s true it’s unmarked and is mostly rock and it is steep — it really should be rated as hard. We got to the “first” waterfall, but you’ve got to be an expert hiker with maximum agility to make it to the second waterfall — it is pure rock slide conditions to get to it, but it is a cliff waterfall much like waterfall canyon. We got a good view of it before we made our way down. So glad we did this hike but have your all trails map downloaded and your phone charged because I understand how others have said they’ve struggled staying on the trail.

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Katie Smith
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HikingNo shadeOff trailRocky

Literally had no clue which way to go, as nothing is marked. I read reviews prior and tried to follow what different people have said. We still got lost and had no idea which trail to take. We made it to what seemed like the end, but there was no waterfall, just a river and a giant metal grate. The tiny 1 foot wide path that we come upon was so scary and steep and right above the giant rocks in the river and we had our 4 and 6 year old with us so we had to turn around. This hike was lame. I saw lots of wild life but I hated the feeling of just wandering....I like having a destination and a clear path.

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