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Excellent trail! I got an early start on it last weekend (October 27) and it was still in great shape. Some icy spots due to freezing temps overnight, but largely clear all the way up to the lake. I decided to follow the trail to the right in order to come up on to the peaks from the west but there was far too much snow to safely summit without proper tools. The ascent is mostly scree and at this point, it's completely covered in snow so it's incredibly difficult to find the trail. If you plan on hiking this trail to the lake, be sure to bring poles and traction.

Short but falls were hidden so couldn’t view.

Much less traveled, trail is great until the meadow then gradually fades and splits numerous times. General rule: stay LEFT on the way up! Stay LEFT of the large stand of 5-10' tall pines on the lower part of the scree field. Look for the cairns. Long slog up the scree slope with loose footing in places and then some easy scrambling. I recommend NOT going alone on this one, and first doing Timp, Pfeifferhorn, Sundial Peak before attempting this difficult climb.

Great hike lost the trail a few times and it got a bit sketchy. Its a butt kicker but so worth it, views were amazing. Reached the first peak in 4 hours takes about 10-15 minutes to get to the west peak. Took about 15 minute lunch then headed back. Total time 8 hours 10 minutes.

hiking
1 month ago

Hiked this trail in January and it was covered in snow. Amazing hike. We accidentally went up a side path and went the wrong way, which was easy enough to figure out when we saw some skiers coming down it. Stay to the left lol
This hike is super easy even in the snow. Had a blast and the little falls that’s at the end was worth the little hike there.

This was a fun hike but there are some pretty dangerous parts. It is important to take it slowly and make sure that you are sure of your footing. Definitely not for beginners.

hiking
2 months ago

Checked this out after coming down from Mill B - pretty little area and glad we didn’t just head back to the car, but I would hardly call it it’s own hike.

I logged a grand total of 0.25 miles to see the falls. And that’s only cause I didn’t recognize the Hidden Falls trail for what it was. I mistakenly took a right and started hiking the Mill B trail. While this is a short little “hike” it was pretty and a fun, quick after work diversion as the sun was setting.

Started on the trail at 10am. Made it to the west peak just before 3pm. I liked it a lot but there were a few things that happened that dampened the experience, like running in to a rattlesnake and falling into some thorny plants. A good deal of the way up, I ended up going the wrong way. It was like an uphill river bed but without any water. I went up a ways before I was able to see the actual path was way over to my left. I decided to keep on going instead of backtracking. As I wasn’t able to go up anymore I scrabbled left until I finally joined back with the trail. Ended up right before the big uphill rock field that is before the ridge. There is no definitive path from there on though. There was a couple ways to get up on the ridge. Once you go along the ridge, the worst part is right before you get to the first peak. You can no longer go along the top of the ridge and have to go down on the south side a bit where you go up this crevice like chute. It’s doable, but is scary. You slip and that could be the end of you. On the way back, I decided to avoid going back down that. Instead went more on top of the ridge. Which yielded a part that I had to vertically rock climb down about fifteen feet. And with the wind pounding on me, it was about equally as scary but still think I took the lesser of two evils. Once you climb to the first peak and until the West peak, there isn’t anything that bad and only takes about ten minutes from the east to west peak. Amazing views and definitely worth it, but you need to be in shape and experienced or you could very easily run into trouble near the top. It’s been a few days and I’m still pulling out some thorns in my hand from falling on to those thorny plants you see in abundance higher up. Be careful of those.

hiking
2 months ago

It’s barely a hike but it’s worth it. There are two trails at the head. The left goes to the falls and the right goes to the Mill B North trail. The left trail is very short and you have to walk over some rocks in the creek if you want to get close to the falls. There is also an abandoned mine or something nearby. It’s cool to look at.

Short and sweet. Not much of a waterfall this time of year.

hiking
2 months ago

Spotted a smaller sized mountain lion on the ridge line just to the right of the falls. There’s a lot of small crevices and small caves in that direction so be very careful if you venture up Mill Creek, which is close to this hike. We alerted authorities but nothing more game of it.

I wouldn’t really consider this a hike, it’s more of an easy getaway if you need a place of zen or relaxation. The falls are beautiful and definitely a good spot for a picnic.

hiking
3 months ago

This is such an easy hike. Even though it’s short the payoff is incredible. If you need a short break from...anything...this is an excellent option.

There are several wasp nets on the trail after the first elevation cross the creek of the 'Broads fork'. Two members of our group were attacked by the wasp. It's better to use the right trail to cross the creek after the 'Broads fork'(might has one not shown at ALLTRAILS APP). The most impression is that you need hiking on different kind of rocks.

hiking
3 months ago

Absolutely unforgettable!!

One of the hardest wasatch front peaks. We started from the S-curve parking lot up BCC. Actual mileage was around 10.5 with 5600 feet of gain. Not sure where All Trails measures from, but these were the metrics from my strava app. Most of the hike is steep. It's easy to lose the trail in the meadow section below the first ridge. We stayed left and found it to be the easiest route. I lost it on the way down and had to bushwack by way through. Cost me an hour. The worst part of the trail is a rocky chute about one mile long before the first ridge. It's loose and very steep. This section slowed us down more than any. From the first ridge you go right up towards East Twin. There is an exposed scramble. Not hard, but don't make any mistakes. After the scramble there's one more semi-steep section to the peak. West Twin offers the best views and is only a quick 15 min scramble from East. The entire hike took 7.5 hours but that includes 45 min on the summit and getting lost for an hour on the way down. You might want to mark the trail so you can find it on your way down after the rocky chute.

hiking
3 months ago

It was challenging to find the start. You have to cross the road. If you park in the parking lot that the directions take you to you’ll go to the trail head sign and stay left. Next you cross the road. Then stay left for towards the stream. You can stay on either side of the stream to get to the falls but left side would probably make it easier to see that you are indeed headed to the falls. My 3 year old didn’t do well but my 5 year loved it. If I do it again, I’ll wear my 3 year old. The ground was challenging for him to navigate.

hiking
4 months ago

Great hike, tough towards the last saddle. Traverse is moderate and views are amazing.

Beautiful and a simple short hike you can take your kids on...

on Hidden Falls Trail

hiking
4 months ago

Short but worth it!

Amazing! Definitely a challenge, but worth it! Needed to allow myself more time to descend (once again) . . .Thank God I was able to navigate down a passable path on the way down ... _/|\_

hiking
4 months ago

Crossing the road from the parking lot is very dangerous because you can see cars coming around the curve, so just be extra cautious when crossing the road. Once you cross the road, you will see some steps going up to a trail.... do not take these steps, instead go to your left and follow a little foot path. Eventually, I just walked through the creek, so wear some shoes you don't mind getting wet OR bring some water sandals. Its a very short walk along (or in) the creek and it dead ends right into Hidden Falls. Hope my directions help because I asked several people where the waterfall was when I arrived and nobody seemed to know. The falls were not very forceful, not surprising with the little amount of snowfall we had this past winter, but it was very tranquil and shaded and we were the only people there, so it was nice to sit on a rock, admire the area and enjoy a snack in nature. Please pack out what you pack in. I noticed a few drink cans other rude hikers left behind.

We saw a huge rattlesnake at the trailhead near the stairs. Fun little hike for kids. One of those hikes where once you've done it once you probably won't do it again.

Short. We crossed the stream and climbed up near the falls. Great to pair with the Mill B trail just to the south. Made for a great lunch time picnic and hike in the canyon.

trail running
5 months ago

Was a great hike for me and my 5 kids. Beautiful. Getting across the street is a little dangerous.

walking
5 months ago

Nice paved hike next to water, leads you to waterfalls.

hiking
5 months ago

beautiful place

Great hike.

Easy...after crossing the road, take the path to the left. You’re going to have to cross the large log and then the waterfall is right in front of you

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