Cascade Falls

Duck Creek Village, Utah (Kane County)

Last Updated: 07/08/2020
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Highlight: Cascade Falls
Named for the waterfall that flows out of the side of the red cliffs, Cascade Falls is a must-see when you're visiting this area. The hiking trail leads to an observation deck providing spectacular views of Zion National Park and the surrounding mountains. The water is supplied by a sinkhole below Navajo Lake, traveling through an underground lava tube before coming out of the cliff face. The water flows a couple of miles underground through the lava tube before exiting a hole in the side of the Virgin River Rim. The hiking trail is an easy 1.1 miles, round trip. It has a couple of narrow spots, but there are stairs and benches along the way. In dry conditions, all passenger cars can safely reach the hiking trailhead.
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