White Pine Lake Trail is a 7.5 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Logan, UT that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, horses, and backpacking and is accessible from July until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Parts of the trail were very muddy. Other than that, this trail was amazing and so was the view at the end.
A (semi)hidden gem. I checked it out via Google Earth and was concerned the trail wouldn't always be visible, but it is well worn and obvious
Favorite trail in Logan Canyon
Beautiful trail. Packed in on a Saturday and only one other couple around. Had the lake to ourselves. Got a major lightning/thunderstorm that did not produce rain but was amazing to watch/listen to. Well used trail. Steep descent into the lake the last 1.5 miles.
Stayed for 2 nights and went in a little too heavy, but destination made it worth while A few too many people, but it was a holiday weekend. And people please don't pull branches off live trees for firewood when there is a ton of dead fall 5 min away.
Love this trail. Not overly crowded and can be done in 2 hours when aggressively going to the lake and back or can be done at a slower pace. Beautiful and usually not too crowded.
Love this hike no matter the time of year!
Absolutely beautiful, the steep switch backs to get down to the lake can be a bit treacherous for kids but overall an amazing hike.
The wild flowers at the beginning of the trail are stunning in early to mid July! The trail begins with a open area for about three quarters of a mile before you get into the trees and then it is mostly shade! When you get within a mile and a half of the lake the trail drops down into the lake so coming out is the steepest part of the trail for about a mile and a half. Then it levels off and is easy most of the way. The lake is Beautiful and is surrounded on two sides by majestic cliffs that enhance the beauty of the area! White pine lake is a must do hike for hiking lovers in the Cache Valley area! Keep in mind there is a user fee per vehicle at the trailhead near the Tony Grove lake.
Beautiful trail, pretty lake. Fairly heavy traffic, with a bunch of screaming 10 year olds at the lake. Not sure if that's a regular occurrence, but if so, might take it down to three stars. Without the screaming kids, 5 stars.
Loved the whole hike. The lake was great and the wild flowers were beautiful.
Great hike! But also a really fun bike ride to connect on to bunch grass.