Back to our ABC's of Summer recap:
I is for Indian Bath Tubs, an off-shoot of the Davis Creek Trail in Farmington. This hike was challenging on a hot June day, especially since there were no ropes to the falls like we had seen on some reviews. But it sure felt good to put our feet in water at the end! #indianbathtubs#abcsofsummer#utahhikes
Waterfall Wednesday! One of our favorite hikes in Davis county is the Indian Bathtubs Trail. It's short, mostly shaded, easy enough for kids, and has ropes and chains to lead you long the tubs. And if you are really adventurous you can take the polar bear challenge and sit in the ice cold water. Find this hike and more of our summer favorites (link in profile) #indianbathtubs#daviscreek#layton#farmingtonstation#farmington#daviscreektrail#hikeutah
The Last Hurrah!!!! 🎉 Every year on the Friday before school begins I plan a secret day long adventure for my friends 😊 And it is SO much fun!!! I apologize in advance for the amount of photos I'll be posting today 🙈😉
We are sharing 2 incredible kid friendly hikes tonight. First up is the #IndianBathtubs trail in #Farmington . We went last week and the tubs were overflowing with run off. The trail is well marked and easy to follow and it will take you less than 20 minutes to reach Bathtubs! 🙌🏼. | Link in profile | www.saltproject.co #LOVEwhereYOUlive#TheSaltProject
Happy Thursday, beauties! Amanda here (@amandawithamission) with a place where man and nature both hold secrets. Old St. Stephens is "where Alabama Began", being the first capital the moment Alabama was granted statehood. Archeologists from the University of South Alabama have been working tirelessly to dig up and map out the once thriving town that has been reclaimed by Mother Nature. The one thing that has not been explained by historical accounts is the "Indian Bath Tubs". The land had been claimed by the French, Spanish, and British, as well as being Native American ground at different points in time, so no one really knows who dug these tubs. A natural spring runs into the tubs, keeping the water continually fresh and constantly chilly. It is doubtful that anyone actually use these holes to bathe, with the water being too cold for enjoyable use, though some have speculated the use of these structures to be of therapeutic, or even torturous means.