Adam’s Canyon Waterfall is one particular of Utah’s most lovely waterfalls. Nestled into the finish of the canyon, and surrounded by trees and rock, sits this 40 ft waterfall. It is a quite scenic trail, as it weaves its way along the stream, exactly where dogs can play and you can dip your feet in when its hot outdoors. This is a preferred hike year-round, and gets crowded by mid-morning. Set your alarm clock so you can get up early early to take pleasure in the falls alone. In Summer time anticipate to pass actually 100 people today or extra.
Winter is a excellent time to go due to the fact much less people today hike right here, but you will want to verify avalanche danger ahead of going. Considering that you will be hiking in a somewhat narrow canyon, the threat of a important slide is probable. Also make confident you have the four Ought to Hike Things for Winter Hiking ahead of heading out!
From SLC drive north on I-15, and take exit 394 to merge onto US-89 North. Just after exiting, drive six.two miles and appear for the turn off to the suitable, for Eastside Driver. Immediately turn suitable once more. Drive about 1 mile then appear for the open parking lot on your left. This is the TH.
Distance: 4 miles RT
Elevation get: 1400 ft
Time: three-four hours
Dog friendly? Yes, off leash
Kid friendly? Yes
This is the commence of the hike. Stroll along the chain hyperlink fence, then commence operating up the switchbacks.
The initial 20 minutes of the hike will involve hiking up these switchbacks, along the wood fence.
The trail levels out for a small bit, and Adam’s Canyon comes into view.
As we got up larger we could see we lastly got out of the smog layer and a good view of Kaysville and Centerville, UT.
Lastly in the canyon! There have been various spots that have been quite photo worthy!
We hiked right here the day just after a massive snowstorm. As you can see by the snow layers, there was a very good four-six inches of fresh snow. This complete layer was likely 1-two ft.
Cross the bridge.
On the way up you will pass by a mini waterfall, and in winter this turns into an ice cave.
Charlie is loving his new bandana from Twelve Paws CA!
Finally there! Charlie and I climbed up the snow and ice so we could get as close to to the waterfall as probable.
There was a lot of snow about the waterfall, but I was shocked to see that it wasn’t totally frozen more than.
Panorama of the waterfall location. There is lots of space to take a seat to take pleasure in the view and have a snack or drink hot chocolate. As talked about ahead of, I very suggest you hike up right here as early as you can so you get the location to oneself, like we did.
Way much less snow on Jan. 1, 2018.
A newly added flag on the switchbacks.
A newly added official trail sign.
Plenty of water for the pups.
When you want to pose, but your dog does not!
Exciting instances with mates!