Towering waterfalls breathe life into our already amazing hikes, and this one is sure to stop you in your tracks. Calf Creek Falls in Utah are home to mammoth cascading crystal waters. You can hike to the lower or upper areas and check out some seriously jaw-dropping views of the gorgeous natural formations.\nTucked away in the Grand Staircase at Escalante National Monument in Utah, the colossal Calf Creek Falls are a must while hiking the park.\nPart of what makes this particular hike so special is the dreamy landmarks on the way to the water.\nYou can walk the 3-mile one-way trail, which is mostly flat, past beaver dams, and even a massive pictograph on the red stones.\nIf you go during wildflower season, you'll even see whimsical blooms all around the path. Parts of the trail take you through deep sand, but if you ask us, that's just a free calf-workout.\nWhen you finally reach the falls, you can stand in the pool underneath and let the mist from the water cool you off.\nThe lower falls climb 126-feet in the air, while the upper falls sit at 88-feet, and both are magnificent.\nView this post on Instagram Took a solo trip to Utah (along w/ my doggo to be safe 🐶) to prove to myself I could. I have to admit, I’m pretty happy about it 💪🏻⛰ A post shared by alison klorman (@alison_klorman19) on Apr 14, 2020 at 9:33am PDT\nWhile the lower portion is easy to reach, both are worth the trip, and when you arrive, you can take a swim or simply snap some seriously incredible photos of the falls.\nThe green mineral stains sitting on top of the orange sandstone backdrop make it look like it's from another planet.\nView this post on Instagram We were a little to late for the sun on this one. Still beautiful A post shared by @ mynikonexplorations on Apr 9, 2020 at 4:58pm PDT\nIt costs $5 per vehicle to park in the lot near the trailhead. From there, you can make your way to the actual path.\nYou can even bring your furry friend along for the adventure since the area is pet friendly, as long as they remain on a leash.\nView this post on Instagram All I want to do is chase waterfalls as beautiful as this gem. . . . #lowercalfcreekfalls #lowercalf #waterfalls #waterfall #beutahful #utahgram #utahisrad #exploreutah #weloveutah #optouside #nature #hiking #wowutah #wanderlust #nofilter #socialdistancing #stayhomestaysafe #dslr A post shared by “Be Grateful and Be Graceful” (@inthavilay) on Apr 5, 2020 at 5:19pm PDT\nFinding new epic waterfalls to visit while we explore the great outdoors is practically a hobby, and this one is definitely at the top of the list.\nCalf Creek Falls\nDifficulty: Moderate\nLength: 3-miles\nLocation: Latitude: 37.793186, Longitude: -111.413820\nWhy You Need To Go: You can visit these colossal falls that look like something from a prehistoric landscape.\nWebsite\nWe strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.