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Cascade Springs, Davis County

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  • 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. T...  more »
  • What a wonderful way to spend an hour with friends and family enjoying the beauty of nature. Easy to walk and view with an occasional visit from various animals.  more »
  • A nice drive up American Fork Canyon (or from Heber after the road is closed in the winter - check before you head up!) is Cascade Springs Natural Preserve. The water from the spring seems to pop up o...  more »
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  • Cascade Springs is an interesting site. Water seeps from inside Mount Timpanogos where a vast quantity is stored. Water runs out all year long, although it gets pretty low in the summer. The area around the springs includes a paved path with stairs and small bridges. Walking the path does include some elevation change, but it's not too difficult. At the bottom of the springs, the water pools into small ponds. Supposedly, there are fish there but I haven't seen them. Still, it's a pleasant walk. There are two parking lots and both have restrooms. There are benches along the walkway but picnicking is not allowed. It's just a nice place to go for a walk. Plan on 30-60 minutes. Note: the road from Midway to the springs is not paved, so driving it is rough. The route through the Alpine Loop is fully paved.
  • It was beautiful and cool to see. It was a super easy and convenient walk. There were a lot of people there though so it wasn't very private but it was very pretty and very clean as well!
  • Easy hike. Stroller accessible. Very beautiful and peaceful. Will definitely like to visit again.
  • A wonderful place to escape and take a nice walk in some beautiful scenery. Unfortunately, depending on the time of day and year, a lot of other people get the same idea making it seem a bit crowded. If you're lucky enough to get there when the place is empty, it can be quite serene. The trail around the spring and cascades is relatively short and easy to do, and parts of it are handicap accessible, so it makes a great family outing. There's a lot of other beautiful scenery to take in along the way through the Alpine Loop, particularly if you time things right in the fall to catch the leaves changing.
  • Nice easy quiet hike and beautiful views on the board walk. Loved it