The Stewart Falls Trail In Utah Is A 3.4-Mile Out-And-Back Hike With A Waterfall Finish
Any day spent hiking in Utah’s wilderness is a good day, but there’s nothing like a waterfall hike. The payoff for your work is a scenic cascade, and sometimes even a cooling splash. The Stewart Falls Trail is a 3.4-mile out-and-back hike that’s perfect on a year-round.
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Have you hiked the Stewart Falls trail? Check out more trail photos and read hikers’ reviews on Alltrails.com.
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