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Pretty steep most of the way and really dusty! Undergrowth is everywhere, so unless you want itchy shins at the end, wear long pants (me personally I'd choose the itchy shins). Sick views at the top of both the Wasatch front and cache valley. Overall it was strenuous, but worth it!
The 1/2 mile walk to the trail head is on an old jeep trail . Very easy to hike . At the trail head the trail is very steep 47% incline hike . When the trail forks go left , the right fork takes you back down to the Wellsvile side .
The vegetation is amazing , wild Fowers are every where ..
Trail continues west for 1.5 miles going threw another maze of trees and vegetation you come out on to another hog back ..steep trail continues 1/2 mile then turns west again working threw head high vegetation can not see your feet .. Trail turns north west continuing to climb higher and higher at the fork on top take right fork continuing the climb very very steep to the ridge line .. Follow the ridge line Then the trail goes below the ridge until you arrive on top . Trail to the left takes you to Box Elder Peak . There are a set of ski's on a pile of rocks and a jar to put your name in ..If you still are hungry for more continue to the Wellsville Cone . The highest point of this mountain range . The trail is very steep descend then it's easy going to the cone . If your afraid of heights nows the time to turn around and head back the way you came . If you up for more fun continue on to the Wellsville Ridge trail
P.s. Watch out for Rattle Snakes.
I'm in great shape this hike took me 9.5 hours round trip . Easy 6 hours up .. Remember to take more water than you think that you need . If you run out of water on this hike you will have to turn back .. I'v hiked this 8 times
This is a great trail with great views of Cache Valley and the north part of the Salt Lake Valley (or whatever the valley around Brigham City is called). The trail is nice and easy to follow although brutally steep at some parts. Still, the views are worth it! From the top you can see both the Brigham City and Logan Temples, although you might want to bring some binoculars if you want to see any amount of detail on them from the top. Also, unless you're in amazing shape and are used to really steep hiking, it will take longer than the 5 hours that the trail info suggests for the hike.