With Bridges And Waterfalls, The Little-Known Deuel Creek Trail In Utah Is Unexpectedly Magical
By Courtnie Erickson|Published April 25, 2022
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Here in Utah, it is hard for us to narrow down our favorite scenic hikes. Dozens of gorgeous trails in the Beehive State feature red rocks, thick forests, and beautiful overlooks. However, one lesser-known scenic trail that deserves to be on every bucket list is found near Centerville. The Deuel Creek Trail is not only beautiful, but it also features nearly a dozen bridges and two waterfalls. This is one hiking trail in Utah that is hard to forget.
This trail is beautiful in the spring when the waterfalls are flowing at their best. However, be aware that the trail can be quite muddy during the early spring months. You can learn more about this scenic hiking trail in Utah on the AllTrails website.
Have you hiked the Deuel Creek Trail near Centerville before? What did you think of this hiking trail? Let us know in the comments!
If you are in southern Utah and searching for a beautiful waterfall hike, check out the Red Reef Trail. You can find this easy trail at the Red Cliffs Campground near Washington.
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