family hike to cascade springs - August 4, 2012

Cascade Springs is a series of terraced springs and small waterfalls surrounded by boardwalks and an easy, half mile interpretive trail. It's spectacular late spring through fall, and kids enjoy seeing trout in the crystal-clear water. Cascade Springs is one of the most beautiful features of the Alpine Loop Scenic Byway, which can be accessed via Heber Valley, Provo Canyon or American Fork Canyon and is open approximately late May through late October. Note: There is a $6 per vehicle fee to enter American Fork Canyon. I will bring my two young kids, so we'll go slow.

Organizer:Tanner Morrill
Date:Sat Aug 4 2012
Meeting Place:How to get there: From I-15 in Utah Valley, take the Highland/Alpine exit (Exit 284). Travel east for about 8 miles on State Route 92 to the Forest Service entrance station ($6.00 fee). Continue up American Fork Canyon on SR-92 (Alpine Loop Scenic Byway)
Meeting Time:9:00 am
Web Link:Utah Geological Survey Info

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