Cascade Falls – Cedar, UT

Trail Summary

Cascade Falls is one of my favorite trails and it relatively easy hike that ends at a waterfall. It does cross over some rocky and steep terrain, so if you have little kids I recommend watching them closely.

Directions

From Main Street in Cedar City, turn east on E. Center Street or U-14. Hit your odometer when you see the mileage sign on the right, then drive 24 miles passing the Navajo Lake Overlook, proceed another 3.7 miles, turning right at the Duck Creek Visitor Center on Forest Service Road 54.

Trail Information

DIFFICULTY LEVEL: Easy
ROUND TRIP LENGTH: .45 one way
AVERAGE HIKE TIME: About an hour roundtrip
PROPERTY MANAGEMENT: Dixie National Forest
USER GROUPS: Hikers
BEST TIME OF YEAR TO HIKE: Summer
BEST TIME OF DAY TO HIKE: Day
GROUP LIMIT: No Limit
PERMIT INFORMATION: No permit required
COST: No cost
WATER SOURCES AVAILABLE: No water available
CAMP SITES: No camping available; Although there are some benches
TRAIL CONDITIONS: smooth dirt, some steps and bridges.
SUN EXPOSURE: Full Sun Exposure

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