|Lisa Falls, July 2017|
Lisa Falls is a pretty little waterfall just a short walk from the road winding up Little Cottonwood Canyon. The trailhead has no signs or even an indication of a trail other than a large pull off capable of parking a coupe dozen cars. The parking lot is located at 40°34'21.65"N 111°43'36.08"W. Lisa Falls itself is at 40°34'26.47"N 111°43'39.75"W. The hike is less than a quarter mile and gains about a hundred feet in elevation before encountering the waterfall. Lisa Falls drops roughly 50ft in two drops, both sliding cascades over an impressive granite escarpment.
|From above Lisa Falls. July 2017|
Above Lisa Falls are numerous social trails and paths leading literally straight up the side of Little Cottonwood Canyon. A few hundred feet up are two other waterfalls, both about 40ft. They are very pretty, but the risky hike (read: grabbing roots and rock climbing) doesn't make them very worth it. The upper waterfalls are at roughly 40°34'30.25"N 111°43'35.61"W.
|One of the upper waterfalls. July 2017.|