This is Chipman Canyon? in Alpine, UT. You hike along side of Dry Creek which is anything but dry this time of year. It is a rocky/road like trail with a constant incline and you hike for 2 miles before you get to the sign (pictured below). Then, if you want to get to the falls you take a quick left off of the left trail down a steep hill to a single line trail that you have to somewhat blaze your way through until you get to the falls. We took that way back since we didn't know how to get to the falls we kept hiking up the left trail which lead us toward the top of the falls.
Here I am.
Look! There it is! We're so close but yet so far. We took a little detour from the main path just off of this rock/overlook to your left. It was a much smaller rockier trail that ultimately met up with the main trail. You will also cross a few creeks.
This was the view from above the falls before I worked my way down without killing myself.
This was the view from down by the falls.