Lower Calf Creek Falls

The lower Calf Creek Falls is one of the only year long active waterfalls in southern Utah and is of the most popular hikes in the area. You can find the parking area by following Highway 12 North from cannonville towards Boulder. This hike is located about 39 miles northeast of Kodachrome Basin State Park. It is a moderate hike and is about 6.3 miles roundtrip from the trailhead. There is a day use fee to park. In addition to this spectacular waterfall, you can find several pictographs and ruins in the area. Don't forget to take a dip in the cool, deep pool below these falls. The trail runs along Calf Creek and you may see foot-long brook trout swiming in the shallows.


Dawn said...

Posted your page on my blog which comes out 9-16! can't wait to see what you wrote about. thanks.

Family Travellers said...

Such a gorgeous park. Our family was in town for the Bryce Canyon 1/2 Marathon and decided to go on a little hike. We found ourselves in Kodachrome State Park and very much enjoyed an afternoon there. www.worldfamilytravellers.blogspot.com

kiyotei said...

Thank you both for the comments. As you can see by the date-stamp, I am late to the party again :-)
Most of my latest trips are posted to Facebook.
Will check out your blogs this instant. Wishing you well in your travels

kiyotei said...

Except for the SPAM one of course!