Explore the most popular birding trails near Tully with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

walking
1 month ago

Short walk. Friendly for kids and pets and even folks on wheelchairs. To actually get under the small waterfall it’s a bit more dangerous for small children to maneuver up the rocks.

My boyfriend had a great time adventuring. No trail that we saw. We kind of just climbed down the falls itself, but it probably wasn't the most safe way. When climbing up took the hillside on the left facing the falls. It was a pretty easy climb. I'd suggest going down that way (to the right of the falls when looking at the road) for a easier, safer route.

Go on a weekday in the spring when the waterfall is flowing to avoid crowds and get a great view.

2 months ago

Really nice and super easy scenic walk. perfect for kids, and it's especially nice for them to actually go up behind the waterfall without it being super dangerous.

hiking
3 months ago

great views, nice walking trails. worth a visit!

on Tinkers Falls Trail

3 months ago

particularly in the spring when water is rushing is the best tike to go for this hike. however I've gone here multiple times and each time it is great. you can walk right behind the waterfall! pretty flat and accessible for anyone (strollers, wheelchairs) great place to stop if you want a quick walk

hiking
3 months ago

very nice trail, waterfalls where beautiful! definitely a trip for the whole family!

walking
3 months ago

great for the kids, very beautiful! was a little disappointed to see so many people let their dogs poop on the walk way. but besides that a great day out!

hiking
5 months ago

I'm writing this a bit late, but I go every spring after the winter thaw that's when the falls are flowing. Its beautiful

hiking
7 months ago

We went in Oct. 2014. I am writing this in Dec. 2017. I remember this hike because I never used to hike or walk much back then (for exercise).... and I found this hike a challenge because of that. But, now I have been in the Salt Lake City area for about 5 months, and have done mountain hikes.. and now I look back on this and think wow, I thought that was hard! Firstly the elevation change is barely anything and then the base elevation seems to be about 1310 and out in Salt Lake City, we don't start anything below about 4300! If I get to do this hike again, I wonder if it'd be a piece of cake! But, that being said, it's well worth the hike and it was a beautiful trail and fall. I remember we went on a weekday evening, and it was quite crowded....

on Tinkers Falls Trail

hiking
9 months ago

Nice spot if you’re local. Definitely would not drive more than an hour to it especially this time of year. Short hike and the falls are little trickles. I went with my two kids and had a picnic behind the falls.

hiking
10 months ago

Loved this area, falls aren't very far in and are exquisit. The rest of the blue trail is wonderful. Be mindful you have to backtrack to come back to where you started from.

The other reviews in this thread are correct. 1.3 miles past the gps location there is a little parking area. The trek to get to the bottom of the falls was treacherous, but fun. Once we got to the bottom though there isn’t much to do but go back up. We decided to go up the hill instead of back up through the falls and take the road back to our car. There are very small trails that run through the upper ridges. But honestly, aside from some cool pictures I probably wont be back. It is a hard hike to get to the bottom and is very challenging, but it wasn’t anything spectacular.

Trail was rough as there wasn’t a trail. Waterfalls were pretty and it was definitely a workout!

nature trips
11 months ago

It's a nice relaxing view of the pond. I saw lots of ducks, geese and jumping fish.

Monday, August 07, 2017

Great hike! Just challenging enough without being strenuous.

hiking
Monday, July 24, 2017

Good family adventure for last minute planning

hiking
Tuesday, July 11, 2017

It was the perfect hike for me and my 2&5 year old boys. We walked to the falls and then up and under the falls and then up to the top of the falls and back down from the outlook trail. Beautiful and not too difficult. My boys loved it.

hiking
Tuesday, July 11, 2017

It was the perfect hike for me and my 2&5 year old boys. We walked to the falls and then up and under the falls and then up to the top of the falls and back down from the outlook trail. Beautiful and not too difficult. My boys loved it.

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Not available to the public anymore.

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

It doesn't exist anymore for public hiking. Apparently a family bought the land and lives there. My friend and showed up and parked, and then 2 dogs started coming toward us, followed by a woman who asked "umm, can I help you?" We asked where the hiking trails started and she said there weren't any available for the public. She explained that the camp was their home now after buying out the property. It was awkward.

hiking
Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Beautiful day for a short walk along a beautiful stream. The falls were at a steady flow, yet we were able to climb up and behind them! great view!

hiking
Sunday, April 02, 2017

1.3 miles to parking area was spot on. No visible trail to begin. Take the quick drop off in front of parking area and start hiking. Falls are right at the beginning. Go about 100 yards then you can start getting down towards the water. Rest of trail is roughly in the middle of the slope. You'll find it. Great hike!!!

Saturday, February 25, 2017

Can't wait to go back

hiking
Friday, January 27, 2017

Very pretty spot. Came out here for the first time during winter after a moderate snow. The parking area is well designated and the entrance to the path with signage is across the road. I had pulled in just as a uncle/niece were about to snowshoe together, and they offered to bring me to the Falls as I was unfamiliar with the area. The Falls were not hard to find, .25 miles into the woods on an easy trail and back out again. BEWARE: The trail ends abruptly with steep hills on each side of the creek. If you walk straight up to the falls from the path you WILL be walking on top of water flow! The Falls' flow was not completely frozen when I went and I broke through the ice layer into about 10inch icy water, dunking one hand and falling sideways into the water on one leg as well. Not a fun thing to have happen in 5° weather!! The snow shoe-ers did not have a problem as they could distribute weight, but I went down wearing my L.L. Bean boots. Be careful during winter! It's deceptive because it does look like you're still on the path when in fact you start walking on ice under the snow!!

hiking
Tuesday, November 01, 2016

If you put the address into your navigation system, it will get you close. Take Woodmancy Road 1.3 miles and there is a pull-off on the right. I have been described as a very experienced hiker, and this terrain is especially tricky. In autumn, wet leaves over crumbly shale on top of clay-like mud steep-sided ravine. I made it down and up without injury, but definitely requires skill, tenacity, and knowledge of how to traverse with multiple perils awaiting.

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Hiking up to Jones Hill from the waterfall is a workout, not very scenic until you get to the hang glider launch. Don't continue on to Spruce Pond unless you plan on backtracking, hitting the asphalt, or continuing on the FLT. BE PREPARED! I've done this on a whim with just one bottle of water several times and regretted it. Otherwise, Jones Hill and Tinker Falls by themselves are a great three-hour tour.

hiking
Monday, October 17, 2016

Had a great time here, the falls trail is where this gets classified as hard. Other then that trail all of the trails are welcoming and the scenic overlook is awesome!

Friday, October 07, 2016

The trail is on private land so I was asked to leave. They actively came looking for me to tell me this. So if the park is closed you are SOL.

Sunday, September 25, 2016

I hear theres actually four ponds in there

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