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Logan River Trail: Canyon Entrance Park is a 5.6 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Logan, Utah that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from March until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length 5.6 mi Elevation gain 541 ft Route type Out & Back

Dogs on leash

Kid friendly

Camping

Fishing

Hiking

Mountain biking

Nature trips

Walking

Bird watching

Running

Forest

Lake

Partially paved

River

Views

Wild flowers

Wildlife

Bugs

Muddy

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Clive Warren
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Hiking

When one reflects on life, they see first their loss of innocence, then their awkward, tenuous steps into adulthood, and finally a journey to the abyss that awaits us all. This trail mirrors that journey. Stokes nature center is awesome! But closed.

Michael Gunn
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Hiking

The great was great. Enjoyed the river

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Will Feelright
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Running

Ran from Stokes Nature Center to Guinavah Campground and back. Hoped only one snake above Spring Hollow. The bridge below Guinavah is still technically closed because of the rock slide.

Becky Coleman
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Hiking

Fun, easy trail to do with my son.

Brandy J
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Hiking

Many unleashed dogs unfortunately

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Christopher McKnight
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Hiking

A pleasant, easy walk along the river though a little bit rough on the start because of traffic, crossing the roads, and vehicle noise everywhere. Once you got further upstream by the river, near the Stokes nature center, it got better. May I instead suggest taking the Highline Trail on the north side of the river, crossing over a bridge at the far end of the trail (about 200 yards further upstream) then coming back down the Logan Canyon River Trail. This loop is about 4 miles with the same views (with elevation advantages) and more satisfying.

Aron Butcher
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If you are looking for beautiful views you're in the wrong place. This is an excellent running trail that bodes well for furry companions. It is a high traffic trail but the water and greenery are very lovely.

Jaden Connor
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Running

This is one my favorite running trails in Logan. It follows the Logan river and has a good combination of sun and shade as well as little inclines and declines. Highly recommend!

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Mollie Herron
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Hiking

Shade most of the hike. I managed my sons stroller but it was bumpy.

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Joe Dygert
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Mountain biking

This is a perfect trail for a ride when you don’t have enough time for a more intense ride. It’s a really easy trail, definitely recommend for beginners that want a taste of mountain biking. It gets a tiny more technical once you get off of the wider trail onto the narrower single track with a couple switchbacks that can be tough if you are a beginner, but also a perfect place to learn how to manage switchbacks. Overall, this is a trail for beginners or riders who don’t have a lot of time.

Ste Vi
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Hiking

Flat at first, incline at the end before flipping back. Shaded, green, beautiful yellow and purple wild flowers.

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Silvia Garcilazo
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Hiking

Really nice walk. Fresh air, calming river noise. Stroller friendly.

Paul Kemp
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Hiking

Trail for everyone. That is all thx.

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Kidlets Hull
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Hiking

The trail was great! Very flat, good for kids, great views!

Andy Porter
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Hiking

The trail has some great views, a (small) river, diverse trees with some groves and open spaces, and numerous alpine rock formations, which would normally earn it 5 stars. However, the noise from Hwy 89 was awful despite the headphones I brought to drown it out, and numerous buildings, parking lots, dikes and other urban structures appear along the trail, esp. the first 2 miles. It's worth doing the loop with Bridger Lookoff Trail to the Third Dam. The detour sign at the trailhead of Bridger Lookoff Trail on the River Trail can be ignored if you plan only to hike to the end of the AllTrails trail; there is some heavy construction on the road from the end of River Trail to the Third Dam.

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Stephen Poreda
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Hiking

More of a stroll than a hike with lots of mountain bikers cruising by. Loved walking along the river, though I’d prefer not hearing the cars drive by. All in all, pretty nice.

Matthew Ryan
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Hiking

Very nice, scenic trail right next to the Logan river the whole time. Easy and level. Lot of mountain bikers so just keep your eyes open because they ride like no one is walking on that trail.

Sara Yeates
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Hiking

I did this trail with my two young kids in a double (non-jogging) stroller. We went from the Hydro park to Stokes Nature Center. We did this mid-day in August. It was hot but a good hike. One good hill, the rest was pretty flat. I don’t have the best stroller but it did fine. We will be doing this hike again, hopefully more often!

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Robin Falslev
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Hiking

I chose this trail at mid-day at the end of July hoping for mostly shade, which proved to be true. Starting at the Stoke’s Nature Center, the trail parallels the river for quite a distance and is fairly flat and easy. Once the switchbacks begin up the hillside shade is still good for quite a ways. I turned around when views of the highway became more prevalent than views of the river or rock and less shade was available. While the trail is beautiful with lovely river views, the highway traffic is a constant so this hike was not as peaceful and serene as I like to enjoy.

Mark L
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Hiking

good easy trail

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Melissa and Josh Lamping
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Hiking

Great for kids and wife enough for strollers!

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Kenneth Rost
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Hiking

Nice trail, however every single dog encountered was off-leash. Runners everywhere. Nice views.

Amy C.
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Hiking

ok trail. if you need a quick get away for a walk, this is the place.

Trish Bowen
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Hiking

I definitely recommend this trail to anyone looking for a dog friendly beautiful trail!

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Zachary Johnson
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Hiking

Just went today. Saw multiple snakes, so they might be out, so be cautious.

Dan Anderson
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Easy but can be cool in the evening in spring. When out and about in mountains bring water, light, radio or cell phone, jacket.

Adelle Columbus
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Hiking

awesome trail. you can keep going if you want. flat most of the way. good for running.

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Drew Partridge
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Hiking

Cool trail with beautiful views of the river. Great spots to fish from as you can see the trout swimming in the clear water. As you get near Spring Hollow keep your eyes open, I’ve seen a moose feeding every time I walk through this section of the trail this spring.

Mark Rhudy
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Running

Visiting Logan from out of town and I found this trail on AllTrails. I parked at the sign for the Cache National Forest. I wasn’t sure what to expect but it turned out great, even for this moderately fit casual runner from the super flat Midwest. I ran a nice gradual 2.5 miles up hill and 2.5 back down. The turn around point worked out to be just after the trail gets switchback-y for about 0.5 miles and I got to the [temporary, I assume] detour onto the Bridger Look Off trail. Ran along the Logan River mostly. Passed 2 dams I think, one lake. Water so clear I could see trout swimming. Absolutely beautiful. I’d run this trail again in a heartbeat.

Doug Lundell
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This is the perfect date hike. Very easy hike along the Logan river. can hike to second dam, third dam, or just around first dam, depending on the length you desire.

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