We were going on a mile-long hike to a waterfall, missed a turn, and instead went on a four-mile hike to two waterfalls. This is how Peter felt about it:
There’s no way I could convince the kids to do a hike like this beforehand, so I don’t actually mind that I made the mistake. We did convince the kids to finish when we realized about two miles in our mistake. I sometimes prefer longer, more challenging hikes.
If you are going to Layton to hike the waterfalls in Adam’s Canyon, you have to turn right to get to the lower falls. If you don’t turn right, you will end on a beautiful nearly 4-mile hike to another waterfall. Also cell service on the trail and being able to look up the trail map on All Trails saved us from being totally oblivious to what happened.