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Stewart Falls

Stewart Falls

Stewart Falls is one of the most scenic and photogenic waterfalls in northern Utah. It falls in two tiers and is over 200 feet tall. It is a moderate hike through a beautiful forest on the east side of Mt Timpanogos.

Trail Head: 40.4043, -111.605

Trail Type: Hiking

Length: About 3.5 miles out and back

Difficulty: Easy

The trail is well marked and easy to follow. The descent from the ridge down to the base of the falls is quite steep (youngsters should be held in check at that point) but this is a great family hike. Summer is a good time to make the trek, and fall is even better because colored leaves are magnificent.

Optimal Season: Early Spring to Mid Fall. Open year round. Some snowshoe to the falls during winter.



The recommended trail starts at Aspen Grove, along the Alpine Loop Road. Several trails start here so pay attention to the signs. The Stewart Fall trail is easy to find. It is wide and well maintained. Parking at Aspen Grove requires an entry fee of $6 for a three-day pass, which is paid at a tollbooth on the Alpine Scenic Loop.


From Aspen Grove, the trail meanders southwest to the ridge above the falls, providing fantastic viewpoints all along the way. From the ridge you can clearly see the falls. But don’t stop there. Follow the steep trail down the ridge to the base of the falls. On a hot summer day it is fun to get right into the waterfall spray. It is ice cold and feels great.


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