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muddy
7 hours ago

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rocky
9 hours ago

Nice hike with kids. More like 2.5 miles each way. Loose and rocky on the way down. Sticks helpful for stability.

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bugs
muddy
rocky
1 day ago

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rocky
1 day ago

One of my favorite waterfall !!!!!!!!

Love this hike! The waterfall is beautiful. Too many dogs NOT on leashes .....

This was a great trail. There was minimal shade, but occasionally you could enjoy the breeze. I went on this hike with my almost 60 year-old mother and she was able to complete it with minimal trouble. This hike features a well worn trail and amazing views. There were a couple of times when you had to cross a small creek, but otherwise, this was a well traveled, easy to follow trail.

hiking
2 days ago

The falls are amazing right now! The trail was a little wet towards the top but not bad at all. Good mix of sunny and shaded the whole way. Definitely worth it right now! Also, Pick up your dog’s poop.

Really enjoyed this trail. Trail condition was good, landscape beautiful. The first part of the trail had shade but most of the second half was not shady as much. I ended up going up above the falls because the trail seemed to go that way but I never found any way to go back to the falls from above and was way above it.

Great waterfall hike!

I highly recommend it. Beautiful views.

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muddy
3 days ago

A little muddy at times but one of my favorite hikes in Utah. Pretty sure it’s longer than 3.8 to get up and back down. Waterfall is POPPIN right now. two thumbs up.

Such a fun hike! The trail was really wet in parts, some of it was hiking directly in a runoff from the stream, and then a few times we crossed the river via logs already placed there. Steady incline the whole way, and the reward of seeing the waterfall and the views was well worth it. Definitely climb on the rocks above the waterfall, it gives a wider view of the valley through the canyon.

So I went with my cousin on May 31st, 2020. The trail is pretty amazing, the veiws at the top were absolutely breathtaking! We took the Dry Creek Trail to Box Elder Peak and the first 2/3rds was fairly easy/moderate, but long, the last 3rd of the trail has so much elevation, snow at this time, so to cover 1.1 miles took forever, every few steps we had to take a breather, at the point you make a 90° turn South the trail is very narrow and hard to spot and keep up with, this is definitely a trail for experienced people and come prepared with plenty plenty of water. Instead of going down the same way we looped down Phelps Canyon Trail and it honestly kinda disappeared after the first half of it, so either backtrack or loop around Box Elder Trail back to Dry Creek Trail. Hike was long, so start with plenty of time, in the morning. Never experienced any mosquitoes but sounds like we got lucky with that one.

Really good views near the top, but the lake is gross and overtrafficed. once we got about a half mile up we didn't see anyone the remainder of the hike (except for like 4 or 5 dirt bikes). The views were pretty and the meadows were nice, a pretty easy hike good for beginners. I just wish the lake wasn't accessible by car and was less trafficked, but other than that it was worth the hike. super easy to follow. no cell service so download a map. I probably won't do it again, but it was worth it and I will be back to the area to do other hikes nearby.

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bugs
4 days ago

Really nice views! A little muddy in some spots but you are able to get around those spots easily!

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scramble
snow
4 days ago

Great trail! We started at Granite Flats camp ground. Campground is closed but there is parking just outside the gate. We had hoped to make it to the peak but there is still quite a bit of snow up top. Slippery and steep. Took us a bit to get across some rock fields. Flat areas were okay to walk on the snow. We made it about 5 miles and couldn’t go any more and had to turn around at the top of the saddle by the terraces. At this point the trail was not safe and still blocked off. Hope to attempt it again in about a month.

Incredible hike. Awesome views, fun moderate hike, and plenty of shade! Was very crowded on this Sunday late morning/early afternoon.

hiking
5 days ago

This is probably the most beautiful hike I’ve experienced. The falls are breathtaking and very powerful now with the snow melt. The trail starts steep but has some level sections. There is plenty of shade along the trail -mostly from pine trees. The top 1/3 or so of the trail is muddy with runoff but there are lots of stones and rocks to stay dry. Tennis shoes will work but will probably get wet. There are at least two streams to cross towards the top but there are semi-permanent logs in place. The parking lot is small and cars were parked down the road but the trail never felt crowded. There are lots of side trails to explore lower parts of “Dry” Creek.

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muddy
rocky
snow
5 days ago

Amazing hike!!

hiking
5 days ago

I clocked it at 4.9 miles. Hike the loop clockwise for best view progression. No river but a few streams/creeks. You can access the loop from several places on the road and at the salamander flat campground if you have kids and want to shorten it to just the loop. Zoom in on the map to see additional access points. Motor bikes are allow on this trail which is crazy and dangerous on the weekend. Big Beautiful second meadow and vistas in the downhill of the loop in clockwise direction.

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muddy
5 days ago

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5 days ago

Loved this trail! We went early and had plenty of shade, and almost had the whole trail to ourselves. We started about 6:30 am and we were done by 8:30. We saw a moose and her calf so that was a nice surprise as well. Will definitely be doing this trail again. Gorgeous meadows.

Stunning views!

Grew up nearby and had no idea this existed until today. Absolutely beautiful and worth the hike. Make sure you go beyond the turnoff to the falls and check out the views up above. Stunning.

I notice a lot of people are looking for an official marked trail loop, well this doesn't have signs. It is a new pieced together loop of several trails. The best bet is to pass the trail-head at the lake and head up the dirt road a bit to the Mill Canyon Trail at the bridge crossing the creek. Take this for about a half mile and you come to a turnoff to the right, take the turnoff unless you like steep inclines. This part is all forest and very beautiful, a nice easy trail. Then you get to the actual Tibble Fork Trail, head up, make sure to stop and look back at the views. Eventually you will come to a giant beautiful meadow, just past the meadow back in the trees you come to a fork, the first sharp right fork is Mud Springs Trail, the next right continues on Tibble Fork, both go for several miles and are mostly used by Motorcycles. Take the left up Mud Springs, you will hit the high point of the loop in about 500 feet. From that point you are heading back down the loop and you will run back into Mill Canyon trail which takes you back to the bridge.

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