9 Gorgeous Frozen Waterfalls In Utah That Must Be Seen To Be Believed
Utah’s dry climate doesn’t lend well to waterfalls, but the few we have are really beautiful. What’s prettier than a cascading Utah waterfall? A frozen one! In fact, some of our favorite winter scenes involve frozen waterfalls. Take a look at these stunning wintertime falls.
Aren’t these frozen waterfalls amazing in the winter? There is nothing quite like searching out and admiring frozen waterfalls near me. Let us know in the comments below if you have frozen waterfalls that you love to visit each year. What are some of your favorite winter activities?
If you love to spend time outdoors during the winter months, you aren’t alone — we do too! Just make sure that you are bundled up and prepared for the chilly weather. And if you are looking for even more fabulous winter activities in Utah, check out our comprehensive list featuring more than a dozen ideas.
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Frozen Waterfalls In Utah
What are some of our favorite waterfalls in Utah?
While the above list features some of the best frozen waterfalls in Utah, there are others that we absolutely love no matter the time of the year. In fact, we have a few waterfalls that we love to recommend to out-of-state guests whenever they ask for recommendations. These waterfalls include:
- Lower Calf Creek Falls, Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument
- Cascade Falls, Dixie National Forest
- Archangel Falls, Zion National Park
- Donut Falls, Big Cottonwood Canyon
- Grotto Falls, near Payson
What are some other winter activities in Utah I should add to my bucket list this year?
Hiking to frozen waterfalls is certainly an incredible adventure but it is not the only thing you should do when the weather turns cold and chilly. In fact, there are many other winter activities to add to your bucket list — activities that will make you quickly fall in love with this time of the year. Some winter activities in Utah that you should add to your bucket list this year include:
- Visit a national park. We are especially fond of Bryce Canyon National Park during the winter.
- Lace up your hiking boots and go on a winter hike.
- Plan a weekend escape to a small town.
- Enjoy a day of skiing or snowboarding at one of the best ski resorts in Utah.
- Visit some of the most magical natural wonders found in the state.