“Rocky Mouth Falls Trail is a 0.9 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail that features a waterfall.”
— Trezza Dude
River/Creek · Spring · Views · Waterfall
The first half of the trail is through a neighborhood. Respect yards and their privacy.
The trail is steep and rocky near the waterfall, making it a difficult but short run.
At the intersection of 9400 So. & Wasatch Blvd, continue south 3 more miles on Wasatch Blvd., watching for an LDS church on the RIGHT. Park just south of this church, on the EAST side of the road.
From here, you'll begin the run by heading up all the wooden stairs, uphill in the neighborhood, passing about 4 homes. Keep your eyes open for a catwalk between two homes. Follow the steep trail to the waterfall. This is a good run for family and kids. Rock climbing opportunities are located to the left and above the falls. The falls themselves are more spectacular during spring/early summer runoff, and I would give the trail 4 stars during that time.
Flora & Fauna
Squirrels and gambel oak.