You can start this hike in two different places. We started at the Granite Trailhead just below Little Cottonwood Canyon. I recommend starting from this trail head vs. the actual Bells Canyon Trailhead over on Wasatch Blvd. since I came down that way. It was much steeper and rockier.
I didn't start taking pictures until I got past the reservoir. No reason in particular that I can remember.
Another thing I should mention is that I had taken a short detour on the other side of the lake hoping there was another way up the trail rather than the rocky road. I ended up going partly around the lake and I came to a bridge and a pump house before trail blazing on goat trails along the creek until I got back to the real trail. I found my brother on the other side of the creek sitting on a rock waiting for me.
Later, after my brother ditched me (hiked at his own pace) I was confronted by a hummingbird. That was cool. I could hear them along different parts of the trail so watch for them if you do this hike in June.
Pic 4 (above): The seems to be never ending rock staircase to the falls. Very difficult in my opinion and it was also around noon on a very hot day. Luckily it was shaded but still.
A close up of the falls from down below them. There is quite a steep hill down to the falls once you get up to the falls.
A little selfie proof I was here shot...
Stepped back a little and was able to get a pic without anyone else in it before I climbed back up this hill you see on the right side. It was a well traveled hike.
View from the top of Sandy City down below.