Looking for a great trail near Spanish Fork, Utah? AllTrails has 9 great hiking trails, views trails, dogs leash trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. If you're looking for the best trails around Rock Canyon Park or Wasatch Mountain State Park, we've got you covered. Ready for some activity? There are 5 moderate trails in Spanish Fork ranging from 4.5 to 25.4 miles and from 4,776 to 8,740 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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Great trail and good hot springs. Lots of people bring dogs up and do not obey the leash requirements. I saw dogs pissing and crapping in the water today to the point that I said I was done. They were also running and jumping into random people and into random groups of soakers. I do love my dogs but in this case, it was way too much.

Absolutly beautiful this time of year! So many beautiful colors the whole way up. Trail is not moderate, it is easy, I’m thinking this would be a wonderful night hike with some head lamps! One thing I’m surprised I didn’t read about in any of the other reviews... SNAKES!!!! Tons of them!!! Especially around the hot springs. We saw probably four, and were warned about four more, two being rattle snakes. So just keep an eye out. But that aside, loved every second and the hike is worth every second!

This hike is really easy. We started early at 7:30. There weren’t a lot of people at this time. But when we were hiking out the people were packing in. The parking lot was completely full. So I would suggest going early in the morning. The fall colors are beautiful. Definitely worth going.

Absolutely beautiful! The fall colors made this hike extra wonderful. We got to the springs around noon. Even though it was quite crowded, we managed to have a truly relaxing time. I would consider myself a dog lover however not everyone enjoys having dogs jumping on and around them while soaking in the hot springs. It would have been nice if the owners would have kept their dogs on leashes like this hike requires.

The leaves right now are gorgeous. The hot springs are so relaxing. We were disappointed that a few people were already at the hot pots when we got there even though we started super early. But compared to the hoards of people who began showing up when we were about to get out, we had it really good. So many people were heading up the trail as we were coming down! Crazy crowded for a Thursday morning! So getting there early was a great idea. The water wasn’t as milky blue as the last time we were there, but it was still a pretty color in contrast to the red and yellow leaves. This trail in terms of beauty right now is as good as it gets! I love autumn, and I LOVE UTAH!

Worth it.

Wow. This hike is amazing. Lots of beautiful shade and a waterfall with an amazing hot spring at the end. Took my whole family 7-19. Unfortunate ups and downs that use more energy than needed but nice flat parts too. Moderate for the occasional steep hills.

Super flat trail (for my level of trail experience), definitely should be listed as easy instead of moderate. I know it says heavily trafficked and I under estimated just how heavily, way too many people for a “kind of” pretty waterfall. First time out, won’t be going back. The canyon on the way up was beautiful and definitely the best part of the entire adventure today. Parking lot is pretty small so it’s best to get an early start. Also, it was primarily kids or teenagers up there so if you’re just a couple of adults looking for some fresh air, go somewhere else nearby. Any of the trails would be better!! We hiked up past the springs and encountered a mountain lion, so be careful! Probably safest to not go past the main waterfall.

hiking
1 month ago

I love this hike. It's not difficult just rated moderate because of distance. When you get there you kind of have to shop around for a good hot pot. Some are too hot and some aren't very warm. it's like the Goldilocks of hot pots. There are a few that are just right

Beautiful hike and it's always fun to take a dip in the hot springs.

Thursday September 12, Thoroughly enjoyed this hike. Trail was in great condition whit lost of shade. The trail was not strenuous and the sound from the creek made the trip pleasant. Great scenery the whole way. The end has a fantastic waterfall and delightful hot pool for soaking. Skies where clear and temperatures in the low 70. start hike early because parking lot fill up quickly.

Love this hike, at an average walking/hiking pace it takes about 40-50 min to get to the spring from the trailhead. The water is not milky blue until fall, I went in November last year and it was prime. It is very busy on weekends and hard to find parking at the trailhead

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rocky
1 month ago

Due to rain run off the springs were not a milky blue at all but just milky in general. A lot of run off today due to all the rain. About 2 dozen people at the springs and another dozen along the trail. Not a bad hike at all good distance but might need to wait until fall for the springs to be blue.

off road driving
1 month ago

I enjoy this trail a lot. There's nothing technical or difficult about it. Here's a 5-minute video going from the bottom to the top in fast-motion. The camera was mounted on my motorcycle's helmet. https://youtu.be/Ue1LaTTbg5c

Hiked this today and had the hot pots all to myself although I know that’s not normal! Very pretty hike.

I might be the pokiest walker.... given I like wondering but not to far from the path, this was fun walking with Charlie he had a great time too so very dog friendly with the stream right by the path and they can jump in and play. So Charlie and I both give it five stars

Great hikes that stays along the water all the way up to the waterfall/hot springs. Went early to beat the crowd.

This was a great family friendly trail! Took our 8 and 2.5 yr old. There were a few moments that required keeping the kids close or carried due to steep cliffs/erosion although overall this trail is exceptionally maintained. Parking car can be tough and tight although we experienced no issues. The water was great and for the most part the trail and springs were clean. Can’t wait to do it again and go a little further.

hiking
rocky
1 month ago

Nice mix of sun and shade on the trail and plenty of opportunities to take a dip in the stream that runs adjacent to the trail. It was great to cool off under the waterfall at the end and take a relaxing soak in the hot springs.

nice. hike with mixture of sun and shade

This is an awesome trail. The hike itself meanders along rushing water throughout its 4+ mile out and back moderate run. There are plenty of hike-in tenting sites and spots to cool off in the water before you get to the grand finale...several hot spring pools and a beautiful cool waterfall. There are some horseflies at the top - but they seem to be fairly easily deterred by bug spray. If you don’t like the smell of sulphur the top of the trail may cause discomfort! Water shoes a great idea!!

hiking
2 months ago

Groovy hike. Hot springs are relaxing. Might not want the young ones being the first to the pools or you could have an educational conversation on your hands when they see “Buffy and the Skinny Dippers.” Usually not a problem on the weekends.

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rocky
2 months ago

We really loved this hike. It is kind of up and down the whole way out and back. The parking is a bit tight- especially since we arrived at 12:30 on a Saturday. I would recommend that you either wear or pack water type shoes- the rocks are not comfy in your feet in the pools. Also, take your water as some spots are sunny and leash your dogs pls. Horse flies are a pain at the top- deep woods spray made them stay away.

hiking
rocky
scramble
2 months ago

Good trail for hiking enthusiast but not a hike that will create hiking enthusiasts. I jogged the trail by myself and it was perfect. Good mix of climbing and falling elevation, not too long. I tried hiking the trail with my 6 and 2 year old. It was too long and difficult for my kids. The view at the top is nice, but not breath taking.

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