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Cascade Springs, Charleston

4.7
#11 of 23 in Nature in Wasatch Range
Must see · Wildlife Area · Hidden Gem · Hiking Trail
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A natural collection of streams, Cascade Springs gather to empty and fill into pools, surrounded by lush vegetation. The area offers good walkways, ideal for accessing the pools and observing without damaging the scenery. Signs along the trail explain the geology of this natural wonder. Also available to visitors, parking area and restrooms at the trailhead. A visit to Cascade Springs represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Charleston online holiday planner to plot your vacation.
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  • Beautiful natural springs in the Wasatch Mountains. Short hike from onsite parking or a longer hike from a road turnout. Enjoyed the serenity and the scenery as we walked along the boardwalk. 
    Beautiful natural springs in the Wasatch Mountains. Short hike from onsite parking or a longer hike from a road turnout. Enjoyed the serenity and the scenery as we walked along the boardwalk.  more »
  • Cascade Springs is a magnificent sanctuary of life. It also is a fascinating geography tale. Unlike lots of water sources, the Spring water emerges from the ground as a result of a past glacier. The.....  more
    Cascade Springs is a magnificent sanctuary of life. It also is a fascinating geography tale. Unlike lots of water sources, the Spring water emerges from the ground as a result of a past glacier. The.....  more »
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  • Absolutely beautiful place. Very accessible, the trail is on a paved path. Great for the whole family! Currently there are lots of wild flowers and butterflies. Completely lovely
  • This is a great option in the heat this summer for dogs as it is 10 to 15 degrees cooler than the valley, especially if your dog is well socialized, and dogs get very overheated easily this time of year. Parking in the upper lot allows more walking time, usually a moderate amount of people. Louie is on a leash as should all dogs be in this area and be prepared to pick up after them. Louie did want to jump in briefly but kept him out to help preserve the habitat. We looped around several times, it is a giant circle walk. Louie loves to meet people that want to meet him and is trained to leave people alone if they do not want to meet him. Good place to train your dog or take a trained dog. Not a good place to let your dog run free as it is a protected habitat and quite a number of people.

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