Logan Travel Guide
Bicycling and Hiking
Road cyclists pedal out to the long, flat country roads of scenic Cache Valley or venture up Logan and Blacksmith Fork canyons. Mountain bikers can spend an afternoon on the 9-mi round-trip from Wood Camp, in Logan Canyon, to the 1,500-year-old Jardine juniper tree that grows on a high ridge offering views of Wyoming and Idaho.
Red Bridge–River Trail. Just a few miles up Logan Canyon, the wide passageway of the Red Bridge–River Trail continues 4¼ miles on the south side of the canyon along the Logan River. Logan, UT.
Naomi Peak. Mountain bikers and hikers alike can access a prime wilderness area via the 3-mile route from Tony Grove Lake to the summit of Naomi Peak. In the Wellsville Mountains a 2-mile trail climbs steeply from Maple Bench to Stewart Pass, a lofty ridge along the migration route of eagles and hawks; on a clear day the view from here extends for more than 80 miles. Tony Grove Rd., Logan, UT. From Logan take Hwy. 89 northeast to Tony Grove Rd. (19¼ miles) and follow that for 7 miles to Tony Grove Lake. www.utah.com/hike/naomi_peak.htm.
Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest. You can get maps and brochures for hiking trails from the Logan Ranger District office (1500 E. Highway 89) or at the Cache Valley Visitors Bureau at 199 N. Main St. Hwy. 101, UT, 84321. 435/755–3620. www.fs.usda.gov/uwcnf.