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Cascade Springs is a natural collection of streams that join into a cascading garden collection of pools, small falls and lush vegetation. It has excellent walk ways over the pools for close observation without damaging the natural beauty.
We nearly turned back due to the badly rutted dirt road, but were glad we persevered. We would have stayed longer, but rain was in the forecast and we didn't want to get stuck. We saw beautiful fall colors, refreshing pools and lovely small waterfalls....More
The 7 mile drive off the highway to the Springs offers views of Aspens that at this time of the year are gorgeous. They are worth the drive alone. The Springs, located below the parking lot, flow downhill and cascade over rocks and under small...More
Do this hike after visiting the homestead crater as you take the alpine loop back into midway. It was warm but a short hike in a cute little area that’s very pretty. We went with 3 young children and they enjoyed the hike. Takes about...More
A beautiful drive through the Aspen groves to arrive. Bubbling and tumbling water on the one mile loop. On a hot day I would suggest going early because the upper loop has little shade. BE ADVISED. We packed a lovely picnic lunch to enjoy but...More
We made a quick detour after Heber train ride to check this out. After a long drive on rough road uphill, we found the place. I didn't expect much, didn't have the right shoes etc. Lo and behold, I walked every foot of the paved...More
Cascade Springs is located on the Alpine Loop near, you guessed it, Alpine, Utah. The drive to the springs is especially beautiful in May when the wild flowers have started blooming.
Once at the springs, you either walk down a trail or stairs. At the...More
My sister and I went here the last week of September and the fall colors were out. It was gorgeous! You can rush through and do this easy walk in less than an hour or you can take your time and enjoy how beautiful the...More
You can reach the Springs by driving 7 mi off the alpine loop to the trail head. Since it is part of the national forest you have to pay a day fee of $6 unless you have a senior or interagency pass. The road to...More