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11 Miles Round Trip - Out-and-Back Trail

Toquerville Falls - Search Nearby - Added by Leo Xu

11 miles of off-road adventure to find an oasis in the desert. The view won't disappoint you.

Toquerville Falls is a hidden waterfall nearby a small town named Toquerville. The road is rugged - saying rugged is kind of an understatement. Medium or high profile 4x4 is recommended. I drove a Toyota FJ Cruiser and it took me about half an hour to get there from Toquerville. The picture doesn't do it justice! If you hike in from the beginning of the dirt road, the 11 miles round trip is worth it. Bring enough water and energy snacks, especially if it's warmer out. It's a perfect spot for camping and family activities in spring, summer and autumn. Especially summer, the pool can keep you cool from the desert heat.

Directions: Hit I15 take exit 27 towards Toquerville/Hurricane which is in between St. George and Cedar City. After exit 27 about 3 miles take a left turn to Spring Dr, this road will lead you to the destination.

Google Map can provides direction too, just put 'Toquerville Falls' (La Verkin, UT84757) in the destination.

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11 Miles
Out-and-Back Trail

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Great waterfall

This is a fun place to visit. You can drive right to and over the waterfall if you'd like. The water is fun to play in on a hot day.

Stunning Views!

This off roading experience was fun for my family and I and the views were stunning. Besides us, there was only one other vehicle on the trail. At the end of the trail you reach the falls where everyone can explore and play in the water. We went in August when the water level was lower.