WSU Outdoor Program Announces 2019 Summer Waterfall Series

OGDEN, Utah – Weber State University’s Outdoor Program invites students and the community to get out and explore some local beauty as part of the Summer Waterfall Series.

The Outdoor Program will host three hikes to local waterfalls: Waterfall Canyon, Farmington Creek and Adams Canyon.

“Offering affordable, close to home programming is a big part of our mission to provide the tools and opportunities for adventures to as many people as possible,” said Jamie Bernstein, Outdoor Program coordinator. “These three waterfalls are great local resources that people should be able to repeat on their own after doing them with us.”

This is the second year the Outdoor Program is offering the Summer
Waterfall Series. Last year had a successful turnout, with two of the three trips filled to a 12-participant capacity.

All trips will depart at 7 a.m. from the Outdoor Program building at 4022 Taylor Ave., Ogden, and will be completed by early afternoon. Attendees are asked to bring their own day pack, sturdy shoes, food, water, a jacket and sun protection. Cost is free, but participants must register ahead of the trip as vehicle space and staffing are limited. For more information and to register, visit

Summer Waterfall Series schedule:

June 8: Waterfall Canyon

June 23: Farmington Creek

July 20: Adams Canyon

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Daniel Turner, Outdoor Program assistant director
801-626-7354 •


Ross Rosier, Office of Marketing & Communications
801-626-7948 •