Nobletts Creek Trail - Uinta Mountains

A small waterfall, seen here, is the highlight of Nobletts Creek.


This gentle hike runs parallel to Nobletts Creek and is filled with green scenery all the way to a small waterfall. From the trail head, follow the path about .17 miles to some small ponds. There, the trail forks. Turn right and follow the trail to the waterfall. Also at the waterfall is a worn sign marking the end of the trail. Believe it! Beyond the waterfall is a steep incline followed by soft soil on a ridge that is inhospitable for a casual hike. Fees: None

Getting there: From the Wasatch County town of Woodland, drive 9.3 miles east on State Road 35. Road signs point to the trail.


-- Photo and text by Nate Carlisle, graphic by Amy Lewis/The Salt Lake Tribune

Region: Northeast Utah/ Uintas

Destination: Waterfall

Distance: 2 miles

Time: 1 hour

Elevation Gain: 367 feet

Dog Allowed: Yes

Restrooms: Yes

Biking: N/A

GPS Location: 40.5646693, -111.077948

Difficulty: 1


First published 2008-07-10