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Rocky Mouth Falls

Central Wasatch Mountains, Utah

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  • The parking lot at the trailhead for Rocky Mouth Falls.- Rocky Mouth Falls
  • Near the trailhead for Rocky Mouth Falls.- Rocky Mouth Falls
  • Heading up the steps to reach the paved road to Rocky Mouth Falls.- Rocky Mouth Falls
  • The actual trailhead for Rocky Mouth Falls. Do not park here.- Rocky Mouth Falls
  • Hiking through deciduous forest en route to Rocky Mouth Falls.- Rocky Mouth Falls
  • Just below Rocky Mouth Falls.- Rocky Mouth Falls
  • A busy day at Rocky Mouth Falls.- Rocky Mouth Falls
  • Rocky Mouth Falls.- Rocky Mouth Falls
  • Rocky Mouth Falls.- Rocky Mouth Falls
  • The creek below Rocky Mouth Falls.- Rocky Mouth Falls
  • Rocky Mouth Falls is tucked into a rocky alcove, hence the name.- Rocky Mouth Falls
  • Rocky Mouth Falls.- Rocky Mouth Falls
  • Rocky Mouth Falls.- Rocky Mouth Falls
  • Rocky Mouth Falls.- Rocky Mouth Falls
  • Rocky Mouth Falls.- Rocky Mouth Falls
  • Heading back down looking west over Salt Lake Valley.- Rocky Mouth Falls
  • Rocky Mouth Falls is one popular spot to visit.- Rocky Mouth Falls
Overview + Weather
Pros: 
Beautiful setting. Short hike.
Cons: 
Crowded. No dogs.
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Region:
Central Wasatch Mountains, UT
Congestion: 
High
Pets allowed: 
No
Parking Pass: 
Not Required
Preferable Season(s):
Spring, Summer, Fall
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Adventure Description

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Rocky Mouth Falls is a popular spot for Draper residents as well as other Wasatch enthusiasts. The short hike and pretty setting keep a steady flow of people walking though the nearby neighborhood to the trailhead. The medium sized falls are tucked into a rocky alcove with some small, though cramped, areas to sit nearby. It is safe and perfect for the whole family. The trail is a third of a mile each way, and it can be a bit confusing to access. Park at the lot along Wasatch Boulevard and walk east up the hill through the neighborhood. The trailhead is on the right as the road begins to curve north. Do not park near the actual trailhead, start from the lot.

Draper is often very green and beautiful and even gets great fall colors. Big Willow Canyon and Corner Canyon are not too far from here as well. You might see a few wildflowers and hear some hummingbirds buzzing around in the summer. You get some lower city views on the way down when not dodging other hikers. No dogs are allowed.

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