A high mountain valley known for outdoor adventures, strong heritage and performing arts. Logan is a great stopover on trips to Bear Lake State Park, Yellowstone and the Grand Tetons (Read: The Yellowstone Loop itinerary), but you'll want to linger to sample the city's excellent art galleries, specialty shops, Mormon pioneer architecture, community festivals, local food and live performances (Read: High Art and Hometown Americana).
Culturally, the Logan area hosted the Shoshone tribe’s ancestral hunting for thousands of years and is still home to great examples of early pioneer architecture, built by members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, including the Temple and Tabernacle, historic courthouse and Old Main building on the campus of Utah State University.
For dining, Locals flock to Logan's Heroes for some of Cache Valley's best sandwiches or the unbeatable portions of Angie's restaurant. Bluebird is Utah’s longest established restaurant is a step back in time with its old-fashioned soda fountain and classic décor. Tandoori Oven and Takara Sushi are local highlights of cuisine from across the Pacific. For a great local food experience, here's a sample thirty-second itinerary highlighted on the Local Chefs page: Caffe Ibis and Crumb Brothers for organic coffee and breakfast, Jack's Wood Fired Oven for lunch, Elements for dinner.
Stop by the Visitors Bureau in the 1882 courthouse for info on a self-guided walking tour of historic downtown Logan, heritage driving tour, historic homes, heritage food tour, museums and more. For more detailed information on Logan attractions, accommodations and dining, explore the Cache Valley Visitors Bureau's website.