Alongside Niagra Falls, Multnomah Falls, and a few other cascading beauties, this spot is a great place to snap an epic photograph. Stewart Falls in Utah is a two-tiered waterfall that cascades 200-feet to the ground. You can explore the easy trail and be rewarded with this amazing natural wonder.

If your outdoor activities include seeking out magical places, you won't be disappointed by this dreamy spot.

Stewart Falls can be found in the Mount Timpanogos Wilderness in Utah. It's about an hour-long road trip from Salt Lake!

You can grab a three-day pass for the area for only $6, perfect for hours of exploration.

According to the Daily Herald, you can reach the Stewart Cascades Trailhead from Provo Canyon by taking SR-189 4.9-miles to the Alpine Loop toward Mount Timpanogos.

There are designated spots to park at Aspen Grove, which houses the start of the path.

The 1.9-mile trail leads to the whimsical falls and is an easy trek. 

If you visit in the autumn, the stunning colors from the changing leaves will transport you to a wonderland perfect for all of the pumpkin-spice cravings.

Mount Timpanogos is known for its lush trails and stunning wildflower blooms during spring and summer.

The area is home to a wonderland of flora and fauna that will make you feel like you've stepped into the rugged alpine countryside of another country.

Once you reach the falls, you can sit and take a moment to enjoy the mammoth cascade, or venture closer to get an up-close-up view.

The Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest website notes that the trail to the falls is steep and slippery so tread carefully.

The towering trees that rise gracefully under a blue sky, crystal clear water falling from huge rocks and lush greenery will create the ideal escape into nature for an afternoon.

If you ever wanted to really chase waterfalls, this spot should definitely be at the top of your list.

Stewart Falls

Price: $6/three-day pass

When: Spring - Fall

Coordinates: Latitude: N 40° 23’11.22, Longitude: W 111° 36' 14.09"

Why You Need To Go: These 200-foot falls will whisk you away to an alpine wonderland.

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