Low Point: 200'
High Point: 400'
Season: All Year
DirectionsTake exit 40 (Bonneville Dam) of of Interstate 84. Turn south, taking a right at the fork, and continue to the parking area at the end of the road.
The trail follows Tanner Creek, following a road to the dam forthe first quarter mile. The real trail starts past the dam, almost immediately passing a large waterfall right along side the trail, which is very refreshing on a hot day. The beginning of the trail is relatively easy, but there are several tougher areas which require some care while hiking up loose rock. At 0.7 miles, a trail splits off to the right and decsends down several hundred feet down to the creek, but continue straight along the steeper path. The trail to the right forms a loop trip past the falls, but as of Sept 1999 when I hiked the trail, the bridge crossing Tanner Creek was out . After another .2 miles past the fork, the canyon ends with the powerful waterfall and an almost park-like setting.