Tom’s Experience hiking to Timpanogos Falls:
Timpanogos Falls are a couple of waterfalls that are just off of the Aspen Grove Trail on the way to Mount Timpanogos. The waterfalls are about 2 miles roundtrip with a 235 foot elevation gain.
The trail to Timpanogos Falls isn’t as crowded as the trail to the more popular Stewart Falls.
The trail is also partially paved on the way to the falls but can be a little overgrown in spots.
If you continue up the Aspen Grove Trail you may see dozens of waterfalls depending on the time of year, but the trail gets very steep.
Dogs are allowed on this trail. There is a $6 fee to get to the Aspen Grove Trailhead, which is either paid at the entrance or through a self-pay booth at the trailhead.
The trailhead has outhouses and potable water.
Trail Info: To get to the Aspen Grove Trailhead, head towards the mouth of Provo canyon on the East Provo Canyon Road. Pass the Forest Service fee both, and then the trailhead is well marked almost immediately behind the fee booth on the left. There is quite a bit of parking but it can fill up quickly in the summer months so it is a good idea to get there early.
Aspen Grove Trailhead: 40.404624,-111.605065
Timpanogos Falls: 40.404449,-111.620294
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