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Cascade Springs

The Cascade Springs Interpretive Trail is a short walk over a paved and boardwalk path where you can spend time enjoying the rushing waters and trout darting through the pools.

photo: Bridge crossing spring. Photo by GJHikes.

Length: 0.90 miles
Loop Trail? No
Type: Interpretive trail
Agency: USDA Forest Service
Entry Fee? $3.00
Parking Fee? No

Allowed Uses:

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Location: In the Uinta NF, 28 mi. NE of Provo.
State(s): Utah
Counties: Wasatch
Longitude: -111.54897
Latitude: 40.45819

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This is a natural history trail. The interpretive signs identify various indigenous plants, animals, geological formations and human history associated with the area. The Native Americans used this location for winter camps and the settlers in the surrounding area were dependent on the water that flowed from the spring. Wildlife is attracted to the area in late summer and early autumn when water is scarce. Because of the diversity of native plants, the fall colors in the area around the springs are spectacular, and attract many visitors.

Additional Details

Width: 36 inches.
Primary Surface: Asphalt
Secondary Surface: Asphalt

Average Grade: 2%
Elevation Low Point: 6,270
Elevation High Point: 6,270
Elevation Gain (cumulative): Not Available

Year Designated:

Supporting Webpages and Documents

Website: USFS Trail Details

Contact Information

For more information and current conditions, contact the trail manager (listed below). For questions, suggestions, and corrections to information listed on the website, contact American Trails.

Trail management:
John Brown
Unita National forest
390 N. 100 East
Pleasant Grove , UT 84062
(801) 785-3563



Bridge crossing spring. Photo by GJHikes.

Bridge crossing spring. Photo by GJHikes.


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