Cascade Falls Utah
Cascade Falls Utah Overview
Cascade Falls is an easy 1.2-mile out and back hike located near Alton, Utah with scenic views of the National Forest and Zion National Park.
The waterfall is small and in the summer there is normally not a lot of water pouring.
There’s not a lot of difficulty in hiking Cascade Falls, but most of the trail is along a vertical escarpment, so some caution is needed especially with small children.
Along the trail, you will find a few benches on the way to sit and rest, take pictures, or have a snack.
We were there after a BIG rain and the trail was slightly “damaged” and careful footing was needed to ensure not to slip.
Cascade Falls Utah Directions
To reach the trailhead to Cascade Falls from Cedar City, Utah, drive east on Utah State Route 14 for 25.3 miles, turn right onto Navajo Lake Road, then immediately turn left onto an unpaved dirt road and follow signs to the trailhead.
Cascade Falls Utah Amenities
- Parking lot
- Vault pit restrooms
Cascade Falls Utah Photos