Hiking in Bear Lake State Park
At 9,980 feet, Naomi Peak is the highest point of the Bear River Range in Cache National Forest. The 3.2-mi Naomi Peak Trail starts in the parking lot of the Tony Grove Campground and gains almost 2,000 feet in elevation. You hike through conifer forests and open meadows and along sub-alpine basins and rocky ledges. A shorter hike to White Pine Lake, which begins on the same trail and splits after a quarter of a mile, is also lovely. To reach the trailhead, take U.S. 89 southwest from Garden City approximately 15 mi to the Tony Grove turnoff, then follow the signs. Closer to Garden City is the Limber Pine Nature Trail, a popular and easy hike (1 mi round-trip) at the summit between Logan Canyon and Bear Lake that features interpretive information especially designed for children.
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