C'est tout en bas ( 180m de dénivelé?)
The Trail: The Upper Falls trailhead is at the end of a short bumpy track off the west side of UT 12, near milepost 81, and is not signposted. It is reasonably popular though, presumably known by word of mouth or from guidebooks. The path to the falls is at first down a steepish slope of white slickrock marked by cairns of dark, volcanic pebbles then across flatter sandy ground to the canyon edge, with a total elevation loss of almost 600 feet. There is an easy route down a slope to the base of the falls though the main trail stays at rim level and ends at a group of clear pools just above the cliff edge. The distance is just over 1 mile, and a round trip can take less than one hour.