Mount Timpanogos waterfall

Mt. Timpanogos in Utah's Uinta National Forest is perhaps the most popular hiking destination in the state. It's the second tallest peak in the Wasatch Mountain Range. This waterfall, near the base of the mountain, is supplied by snowfields beneath the 11,749 ft. (3582 m) peak. The exposed rock of the summit is limestone and dolomite, about 300 million years old. There are two main trails to Timpanogos, which will take one from alpine meadows to above the tree line. It's an enjoyable trek, but make sure to reserve an entire day to complete it. - Martin van Hemert