These 20 Waterfalls in Utah Will Take Your Breath Away
By Catherine Armstrong|Updated on January 27, 2023(Originally published January 26, 2023)
Writer, editor and researcher with a passion for exploring new places. Catherine loves local bookstores, independent films, and spending time with her family, including Gus the golden retriever, who is a very good boy.
Hiking in Utah can be a hot, dusty, sweaty affair. But, when your hike includes a waterfall (or two, or three!), you’re rewarded with a cool mist and the beauty of cascading water set against Utah’s gorgeous scenery. No matter where you are in the Beehive State, you can easily find the best waterfalls in Utah. Here are 20 of the best waterfalls that will certainly leave you mesmerized.
When hiking to and around waterfalls near me in Utah, use caution. The rocks can be very slippery and some of these falls are remote. if you’re injured, it can take some time for rescue teams to reach you.
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The Beehive State is blessed with some of the most incredible and breathtaking views. No matter where you travel, there are some spectacular natural wonders in Utah. Bryce Canyon National Park is easily one of the most beautiful places in Utah. The orange and red hoodoos are breathtaking during the summer and as they are dusted with winter snow. A trip to Park City will give you stunning mountain views and many family-friendly activities. Don’t forget the beautiful Bear Lake with some of the most gorgeous blue water in the entire state.
What are some of the best things to do in Utah?
While we could list hundreds of things to do in Utah, some of the best take place outdoors. There are some spectacular hikes around the Beehive State including the trek up to Timpanogos Cave. For a more urban walk, stroll around the beautiful Temple Square in Salt Lake City. You may want to go for a drive to Panguitch Lake or catch a fish at Tropic Reservoir in Southern Utah. There is certainly never a shortage of things to do in Utah.