BULLION FALLS TRAIL SYSTEM


Area Status: Open
Image looking up Bullion Falls

Bullion Waterfalls is a beautiful and majestic system of waterfalls where hikers can overlook the massive 75 foot falls. The falls are fed by year round melting snowdrifts that adorn parts of Bullion Canyon. Access to Bullion Falls is by horse or foot only and is approximately one mile from the Pine Creek bridge.

At a Glance

Current Conditions: Late Spring and Early Summer is the best time to observe the falls due to greatest amount of run off.
Open Season: Mid May - Oct
Usage: Medium
Closest Towns: Marysvale, UT
Water: No water available
Restroom: None
Operated By: Town of Marysvale, UT

General Information

Directions:

Bullion Falls Trail System trailhead is located 6.7 miles west of Marysvale, Utah. From Marysvale, at the junction of Main Street and Bullion Ave travel west on Bullion Ave. for 0.6 miles. Turn left on Bullion Canyon Road and continue approximately 5.6 miles. On the right side of the road (and on the north side of a bridge) there is Trail 3961, and ATV trail.  Walk on this trail for about 0.5 miles to the Bullion Falls Trail System trailhead.


Activities

Day Hiking

The Bullion Canyon Trails System is made up of five trails. The system is composed of five rugged, periodically maintained, and well-signed trails. They provide the hiker or bicycle rider a 10 to 12 mile round trip loop.  The Bullion Canyon Trail System is located on the east side of the Tushars, and can be accessed from three newly constructed trailheads.  All are accessible from Marysvale in Piute County.  Lower access to the Bullion Canyon Trail System begins at the bridge over Pine Creek on the Bullion Canyon Road (FR-126) just below Miner’s Park near the Bullion Waterfalls.These trails are strenuous for the hiker and horse alike.   All but the hardiest souls should consider hiking from one of the two upper trailheads down hill.

 

Backpacking

These trails are strenuous for the hiker and horse alike.   All but the hardiest souls should consider hiking from one of the two upper trailheads down hill.

Horse Camping

Equestrian camping.

Horse Riding

These trails are strenuous for the hiker and horse alike.   All but the hardiest souls should consider hiking from one of the two upper trailheads down hill.

Big Game Hunting

Area open to hunting during Utah state hunting seasons. See Utah Division of Wildlife website for more information on big game hunting.

Small Game Hunting

Area open to hunting during Utah state hunting seasons. See Utah Division of Wildlife website for more information on small game hunting.

Viewing Wildlife

Look to see how many varities of wildlife you can see along this high elevation trail system.  Remember, you are visiting their home so be polite and don't litter or disturb the wildlife.

Viewing Plants

Plants.

Viewing Scenery

Scenery.

Recreation Areas

Recreation Activities

Location

 
  Latitude : 
38.411501

  Longitude : 
-112.331201

  Elevation : 
7900