Explore the most popular mountain biking trails near Logan with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

We hiked this Saturday up to probably .25 miles from the top. It was a beautiful trail and great exercise! The last mile was all in snow that at times got up to a foot deep. I would say it’s still hikeable but it’s freezing at the top! I would take some good sweats, waterproof shoes, and gloves are a must. No one had hiked to the point we had got to though, so I think we were still on the trail, but it was beautiful! The point we had got to and back was closer to 11 miles verse 9 though... perhaps this next week will melt a little of the snow and make it still hikeable- I definitely want to try this one again!

I love this hike! Went once in July, a bit smoky from the wildfires but still beautiful, went again the end of September, the fall colors are absolutely breathtaking! The tree is cool, but it’s more about the journey than the destination. Easy hike too.

beautiful easy level trail!

This trail was not very fun. It was hot and the views are horrible. You are by a fence the whole time with the sun blasting on you.

Yeah I also agree this trail should definitely be rated as hard, but as a hard trail I love it! I hiked it multiple times in the middle of the day in the heat of the summer(about 95 degrees) and it was hot but not unbearable due to the trees shading the vast majority of the hike after the first half mile. Along the way you get some good views back out to Logan canyon, but unfortunately nothing overly spectacular until you top out at Logan Peak. The last couple miles you are on a road which kinda sucks but it’s not busy by any means, and once u get to the top it’s all worth it!!

I tried to like this trail but you're just stuck behind a deer fence. I used to live in Logan and gave it a few tries. It feels like you're ether in a zoo or in some large prison camp or something!

Boyfriend and I got lost half way through and had to bushwhack our way to a road which eventually led to the grave. We were kindly 4 wheeled out as the sunset beamed. Was a good hike.

hiking
3 months ago

Shady, paved, easy walk with nice views of the river and golf course.

hiking
3 months ago

The Jardine Juniper is impressive. The hike... not as impressive. I am not putting this hike down, I did enjoy it. I just think the actual hike is very average. No amazing waterfall to see. No pointy peaks in the background. Yet, it does have an amazing tree that is 1500 - 3000 years old depending on who you listen to. That is pretty amazing and really makes you think. I am not totally sure if it is even alive anymore as I only saw maybe one small green leaf.

The trail follows a deer fence.... is mixed single track, double track and is overgrown in many places. The trail and fence attempt to follow the lake Bonneville shoreline, in a due north south line so the trail goes up and down. Trail is exposed to the sun with little shade, nice view of Cache Valley to the west.

For a mountain biker, this trail has steep pitches initially, is very busy, has very steep pitches initially and is full of runners, walkers and hikers. Not my cup of tea.

mountain biking
3 months ago

The trail weaves back and forth across a rough rocky "road". At the end of the road the trail continues, which I rode another couple of miles on. Turns out that goes into a wilderness area, but it is not marked. I rode it on a weekday very little vehicle traffic or bicycle traffic.

mountain biking
3 months ago

Like Providence Canyon, I call this a Blue because of the climb. There really isn't anything technical about this trail. While it may not be a big test of your riding skills, it is a test of your aerobic fitness. There are really no breaks on the climb other than the stops you make yourself. The constant five mile climb is rewarded with a very fun and fast downhill. Be cautious in getting too rowdy as there are hikers, equestrians, and other bikers coming uphill sometimes. While I wouldn't take a total noob on this trail, a beginner with several rides behind them and a reasonable level of fitness will be fine. There are some small rock gardens on the trail, but minimal line choice skills are fine. When you get to the loop where you have the choice to ride the "Scenic Route" or the Shady Route", I recommend finishing the uphill on the "Scenic Route" and starting your descent on the "Shady Route." It is smooth and fast.

road biking
4 months ago

Loved it for biking about 2 miles in and 2 miles back

4 months ago

I really enjoyed this hike a lot. The hike was almost 11 miles long but it didn't seem that long. On the way in we took the scenic route and on the way out we took the shady route. I would say both are equally beautiful. This is a must do hike!

hiking
4 months ago

My husband and I completed this hike on June 10.

Someone in a previous comment mentioned that this was "the perfect hike." We would have to agree!

We started at 9AM and enjoyed the sights of beautiful wildflowers, tree-covered mountains, scenic vistas of Logan Canyon. The trail was mostly either flat or slightly inclined, so we didn't need even to stop for water.

The tree itself is interesting for only a minute or two. The real beauty of this hike is in the journey.

The trail is approximately 11 miles, but it didn't feel that long. It probably helped that we moved at a pretty decent pace.

We didn't see hardly anyone on our way up, but on our way down we saw probably a dozen people. We finished at 1PM, spending a total of 4 hours on the trail.

Would recommend this to anyone!

hiking
4 months ago

First mile or so is a bit tedious but it’s a really great trail after that, and well worth it to make it to the tree.

hiking
4 months ago

Not a bad trail. Having never been on it before, the trail was a little confusing because it crosses over the road so many times.There we're some runners and mountain bikers when i went up, but definitely not crowded. I would definitely do this trail again. I would give it a 4.5 out of 5 stars if I could.

Beautiful wildflowers in June. We spent 5 hours of our day but well worth it. Too long for small children if you’re wondering. It was hot in the afternoon. We packed a lunch and six water bottles and drank them all. I will go again. There are some amazing views and the tree is cool also. We wished we had a Mountain bike for the coast downhill coming back.

More interesting than the northern section near Green Canyon. It makes for a 23 mile ride if starting at the Dry Canyon trail head and riding all the way up Blackmith Fork River Trail and back. There is one particularly nasty climb when going from south to north that is somewhat steep and a mile long between Milleville Canyon and Providence Canyon. Massively fun going down it; massively sucking going up it.

Not a bad trail for getting some extra miles in with Green Canyon Trail. Nothing technical or particularly difficult about it. The other sections of the Bonnville Shoreline Trail south of it starting at the Dry Canyon trailhead (BST: Deer Fence, BST: Hyrum Section) are more interesting from a mountain biking perspective.

mountain biking
4 months ago

Not a difficult trail from an ascent or technical perspective. It is wicked fun flow on the downhill. There's a couple places to get some air and a couple mild rock gardens. I took my full-suspension, but there's nothing that a hard tail can't handle.

I really enjoyed the scenery on this hike but I must say the the All Trails map is one of the worst I’ve ever seen. After reading another review that mentioned the map being horribly incorrect I decided to try for myself. That review was not wrong, the map line doesn’t follow the Trail well at all and when you get about 2 miles into it it is completely unusable. Great trail though!

Beautiful up to the waterfall it was a short day low impact hike but very beautiful.

Tried to hike it late in the day, but couldn't manage it. Beautiful scenery. The trail is pretty much unmarked, at least if you're hiking it clockwise. The trail map shown here didn't match up well with the actual trail. GPS wouldn't work inside the steeper canyons, so I ended up turning back rather than get lost with nightfall approaching. Watch out for rattlesnakes.

boring and from spring through summer there is swarms of nats and wasps.

One of my favorite hikes! It’s pretty popular so you will have a lot of company if you use the trail on the weekend. I go every year in the Spring and it’s beautiful. You can almost expect to see wildlife on this hike. And the aspen meadows almost feel like a walk through Rivendale. :)

Easy trail, not a very interesting view.

This is a fun trail to take the dog for a walk, family walk on a sunday afternoon or breaking in new hiking shoes/boots as the season starts up.

My favorite trail to mtb as of 4/29/18 there is snow .1 mile into the wilderness

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