This trail is very popular hike in Davis County due to its accessibility, relative short distance, and capping it off with a beautiful 40 foot waterfall at the end of the trail. In the first half mile you will climb over 500 feet. After you cross the shoreline trail you will drop some to the creek level then you will rise about 800 additional feet over the next .8 miles. The trail follows the North Fork of Holms creek through shady scrub oak and majestic white pine. The largest evergreen tree I have seen in Utah I found long this trail. You will cross the creek twice once on a sad old bridge that badly needs replacing and at the end by stepping on the rocks. The water fall at the end is spectacular, take some time to stand in the spray and cool off before heading back down the trail.
It's not an easy hike but with some endurance it can be accomplished. We took our 3 year old and 1 year old. Depending on the mood of our 3 year old she can make the entire hike. Towards the end it gets more difficult with some scrambling involved.