Cascade Falls Trail #32055

  

D2 Cascade Falls Trail 1

Named for the water fall that flows out of the side of the cliff, this trail is a local favorite. The trail provides spectacular views of Zion National Park and beyond. The water that flows over the falls is supplied by Navajo Lake through an underground lava tube or sink hole. The water flows a couple miles underground through the tube before exiting at the Virgin River Rim. (Please note, the lava tube is closed to travel due to the low levels of oxygen and high water flows.) Cameras are a must!

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At a Glance

Restrictions: Open to: Hikers Closed to: Bikers, Horse Riders, Motorized Vehicles
Closest Towns: Cedar City, Utah; Duck Creek, Utah
Information Center: Cedar City Ranger District (435) 865-3200

General Information

Directions:

Directions from Cedar City -Take Highway 14 East for 25.5 miles, turn right towards Navajo Lake on FS Road #30053, take your first left onto Forest Service road #30370. Follow this road until you reach the junction with FS road #30054. Follow the signs to Cascade Falls and turn right onto FS road #30054. This road will dead end at the Cascade Fall trailhead.


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Location

 
  Area/Length : 
0.8 mile

  Latitude : 
37.497

  Longitude : 
-112.752

 

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