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Explore the Providence Canyon waterfalls

Logan, Utah


Added by Remington Hercules

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From the entrance to Providence Canyon, drive all the way up the dirt road until you get to the top of the quarry where it opens up. A vehicle with relatively high ground clearance is strongly recommended. From here, there are 3 different waterfalls you can get to. The smallest of the 3 is about a 30 second drive from here, and the road literally goes straight up to it. Just drive along the dirt road around the corner of the quarry and it will be directly in front of you. The 2nd biggest of the 3 requires a bit of a hike up very loose rocks, but is completely worth it. This waterfall is located up in the Northeast corner of the quarry, and can just be seen from the point where the road opens up. The 3rd, and most majestic of the 3 waterfalls is located right in front of you as you are coming up the dirt road into the quarry. It also requires a hike up some pretty loose rock, but can easily be done in less than 5 minutes. The Providence Canyon waterfalls are a fantastic adventure because outside of the locals, nearly nobody even knows that they exist. If you want to cool off a little on a hot day, I suggest standing underneath the waterfalls. The water is nothing short of ice cold. If you are looking for somewhere where you can avoid the crowds and still see something amazing, Providence Canyon will not disappoint you. 

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