Cascade Falls is a pretty waterfall/cascade on the south edge of Cedar Mountain in SW Utah. The area overlooks Kolob and Zion National Park.

Cascade Falls drains Navajo Lake. The lake has no obvious outflow but water is thought to seep through the lava rock the edge of the mountain where it gushes through out producting the waterfall.

A well marked trail leads to the waterfall. There are benches and viewing platforms but no other facilities. The short hike is excellent for families with children. The trailhead is a short drive off of Hwy 14, and the turnoff is well marked.

Trailhead: Lat: 37.497280, Long: -112.751655