Moss Ledge Waterfall Trail
The Moss Ledge Waterfall Trail is a beautiful destination in the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest east of Salt Lake City. This route consists of a short but steep scramble up a rockfall to a gorgeous waterfall. The Moss Ledge Waterfall Trail may be tricky but it can be a whole lot of fun and the payoff at the end is worth it.
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Route Description for Moss Ledge Waterfall Trail
The Moss Ledge Waterfall is a gorgeous stop on your visit to the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest in Utah. This trail may be short, but it is steep and challenging. Hikers must scramble up a rubbly and bouldery rockfall to get to the waterfall. Grippy shoes and scrambling experience go a long way when hiking this trail. Sections of this trail are wet, and you will likely get your feet damp when walking, so leave a spare pair of socks in the car for the drive home. On the Moss Ledge Waterfall Trail, the challenge is completely worth it. The Moss Ledge Waterfall is absolutely gorgeous; we suggest bringing a snack to enjoy at the top as you enjoy the view.
From the trailhead, choose your own adventure to scramble up the rock slide up to the waterfall.
Take a break at the top and enjoy the refreshing mist coming off the Moss Ledge Waterfall before carefully making your way back down.
Getting to the Moss Ledge Waterfall Trail Trailhead
This hike begins along highway 190/Big Cottonwood Canyon Road just 0.8 miles east of the Mill B North and South Trailheads.
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