Logan River Trail

Logan, Utah 84322

Logan River Trail

Logan River Trail Professional Review and Guide

"Every city should have an easily accessible recreation path like the Logan River Trail. Whether a greenbelt corridor or riverside route, such trails increase the quality of life by providing a quick, temporary escape from the confines of urbanism.

On the Logan River Trail, you are comforted by the river’s rushing sounds, by breezes wafting through thick riparian growth, and by an array of animals, waterfowl, and fish that rely upon the river for habitat and sustenance. Logan River Trail can be a quick lunchtime spin, a tension breaker after work, or a family retreat on the weekend. Tread: Gravel and native surface multi-recreational path and hand-built single track."

Logan River Trail Reviews

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This trail follows the Logan River from the Nature Center to the top of Third Dam. Most of it is a gravel road, but there is a 2-mile stretch of single track in the middle with some switchbacks to add some excitement. Beware of the crowds of people fishing and socializing on the trail, especially evenings and weekends.

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Trail Information

Nearby City
400 feet
Elevation Gain
Trail Type
Easy to Moderate
Technical Difficulty
Physical Difficulty
March through November. Keep in mind that the trail is on the shady side of the canyon if you're trying to sneak out early or late in the season.
4,720 feet
Trailhead Elevation
5,020 feet
Top Elevation
Wasatch-Cache National Forest, Logan Ranger District, 435-755-3620
Local Contacts
USGS: Logan, Logan Peak, Mt. Elmer
Local Maps

Activity Feed

Jul 2018