Fair warning to who wish embark, the journey for those faint of heart
This was a general warning/disclaimer that the hike to get to the chest is a little tough.
Take the course from which is named, the entire regal mountain range
This clue was way too easy. When I wrote this line, I meant to take Wasatch Blvd named after the Wasatch Mountains. The Rocky Mountains would also work because the trail name is Rocky Mouth.
Begin your walk where birds look on, you’ll enter the way before too long
The name of the street off of Wasatch Blvd where the trailhead is located is called Eagle View Drive. Where birds look on. You walk along Eagle View Drive before arriving to the trail after a short walk.
Catch your breath where water flows, from here on in your things be stowed
It’s a short steep hike up to the waterfall where most people stop. There is a steep wash on the left side of the waterfall.
You’ll slip and slide because it’s steep, but the view on top cause some to weep
The wash is composed of loose dirt and gravel. It’s steep. Near the top, there is a trail that goes to the overlook.
Follow sounds of mountain streams, through the grove where sunlight gleams
From the overlook, climb back down to the stream and follow it through the grove of trees.
Climb the rocks where fortunes made, and find the chest inside the cave
Soon you will come to a boulder field, climb about halfway up and the cave is just to the east.