Cache Valley

Logan   |  Jay Dash
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About 80 miles north of Salt Lake City, the Cache Valley features a welcoming mountain atmosphere year-round. The city of Logan is known for its historic downtown and thriving theater scene (Read: A Local’s Guide to Logan). Hikers can explore the scenic trails in the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest, and some of the state’s best fly fishing is on the Logan River. In the winter, the trails are transformed into a mecca for snowmobiling, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing.

Things to Do

When there’s no snow, the Cache Valley is one of the state’s top hiking destinations. Whether you’re into bagging peaks or a leisurely trip to an alpine lake, you can find it in this region. With many scenic options in Logan Canyon, the Bear River Range and Wasatch-Cache National Forest (among others), hikers will never run out of trails to explore.


Best Hiking Trails


Overlooking Beaver Mountian Resort

Photo: Jay Dash

Places to Stay

Beaver Creek Lodge
Located in Logan Canyon about 27 miles east of Logan, the Beaver Creek Lodge offers a wide variety of outdoor activities for guests to enjoy, including horseback riding, mountain biking, hiking and riding ATVs. 
Flats Luxury Suites
Located in Logan, Flats Luxury Suites is a sleek and modern hotel across from historic Tabernacle Square. 
Old Rock Church Bed & Breakfast
Built in 1869, this old stone meeting house known as the Old Rock Church in Providence, Utah, has become the centerpiece of a charming bed and breakfast. The modern rooms are on a wing attached to the old church, and the mix of comfortable modern with historic touches are perfect for a romantic getaway.

Annual Events

The Cache Valley hosts a  variety of events throughout the year, including the Cache Valley Cowboy Rendezvous in March, Baby Animal Days in May, the Summerfest Arts Faire in June and the Logan City Marathon in September.

High Art & Hometown Americana

Written By Kristen Pope

There’s no shortage of fun things to do in Logan, Utah. From theatre to arts and crafts to unique dining, we have your Logan guide. Check it out!

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