This good introductory hike to the Escalante National Monument travels up a scenic canyon and leads to the base of lower Calf Creek Falls, a beautiful 126-ft. tall cascade.
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Why Hike Lower Calf Creek Falls
Calf Creek, a south-flowing tributary of the Escalante River, has carved a deep canyon into the Navajo Sandstone and Kayenta Formations. Within the canyon are two beautiful waterfalls, Upper and Lower Calf Creek Falls. This easy, popular trail travels along scenic Calf Creek Canyon and leads to the base of the stunning lower falls set amid a shady oasis.
This is not a trail for hikers looking for solitude. The path gets quite crowded during the height of the spring/fall season and on weekends.
South Central Utah
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