A Short But Beautiful Hike, Willard Creek Trail Leads To Little-Known Waterfalls In Utah

Waterfalls are some of our favorite natural features to hike to in Utah. However, many of the waterfalls around the state are quite busy and attract hikers of all ages. But, if you are looking for a short and beautiful waterfall hike in Utah where you can easily find peace and quiet, check out the Willard Creek Waterfall Trail. This 2.7-mile out-and-back trail will take you to some beautiful falls and you’ll receive stunning views of northern Utah. This is definitely a bucket-list-worthy hiking trail in the Beehive State.

The Willard Creek Waterfall Trail is quite beautiful and at only 2.7 miles out and back, it is fairly short. However, make sure you wear proper shoes for the climb, and we recommend taking a map as you may encounter some overgrowth on this trail as it receives light traffic. Additionally, bring bug spray and watch out for ticks during the summer months.

Have you ever hiked the Willard Creek Waterfall Trail in northern Utah? If so, what did you think of this short, yet beautiful trail? We’d love to hear all about your experience in the comments!

If you are in southern Utah and looking for a delightful waterfall hike to tackle, check out the Red Reef Trail near St. George.

Address: Willard, UT 84340, USA