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Doughnut Falls, North Salt Lake

(4.7/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • We hiked to the falls in the snow and while snow shoes were not necessary, spikes would have been very helpful towards the turnaround point. We were very fortunate at the falls to be behind a couple o...  more »
  • Love this hike! Its the right distance with kids or for a leisure hike with friends. We went in Oct and loved the chance to enjoy Fall. The end of the hike to the falls is through water so wear shoes ...  more »
  • Didn't have any trouble finding the trail head. The drive up into the Wasatch was beyond breathtaking. I ended up driving all the way to the ski lift area, before heading back, just to see the beautif...  more »
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  • This is more of a walk than a hike, which is what you want sometimes. An easy drive up the canyon, this is a great way to spend a relaxing morning with the family. I prefer to get there earlier in the day, though, as it can get fairly packed.
  • Great place just to get away from the road and have fun in the mountains. But still close to the road.
  • Great easy hike. Fun for the whole family.
  • Donut Falls is one of the coolest waterfalls you'll ever see, and it's really easy to get to!
  • Nice easy trail easy hike up, gets pretty crowded on the weekend. Not much parking at the trail head.