Frolicking Through the Fall Foliage in Sundance, Utah
Sundance is famous for much more than film. One look at Stewart Falls and you’ll know why. This cavalcade of waterfalls runs almost year-round as melt-off from the backside of Timpanogas, Utah Valley’s most majestic mountain. The drive to the trailhead alone merits the trip; leave plenty of time for scenic stops. The path of the easy, 2-mile hike is choked with aspen, pine, and oak of all colors–the flora itself a cascade of paint: burnt reds, yellows, and bright greens. A quick dip in the natural pool at the foot of the falls is as refreshing as the mountain air. Be sure to have a camera in tow—you're going to want to play Ansel Adams.