What Makes It Great
The lack of people in Logan Canyon is remarkable considering the amount of stellar riding it has to offer. Even on a
Try the Riverside Trail to stay on the easier side of the things. Beginning near the mouth of the canyon the 3.7-mile cindered trail follows the water line for Logan City. It parallels the Logan River and Highway 89 and is sheltered by large maple trees. The course will run you past the Stokes Nature Center and several small dams. You will travel south behind the Bridger Campground as well as the Gus Lind Flat Summer Home area before ending at Spring Hollow.
Eight-and-a-half miles up
Another great Logan, Utah mountain biking route is the moderate 10-mile Muddy Flats Loop in the Righthand Fork Area. Begin with the same 3.5-mile climb up Willow Creek to Temple Fork Road. Turn left and make another left on a less used road within .5 miles. Follow the road and it will eventually transform into the single track of Little Cottonwood Creek that will lead you back to your car.
What You’ll Remember
Riding the trails of Logan Canyon will give you plenty of opportunities to see birds, flowers
Family-friendly Biking and Big Trails
With trails that are good for beginners and families to long endurance hauls that are suitable for the advanced riders, Logan Canyon is a great place for anyone who loves to take their bike off-road. Plan a bicycle trip to the Logan Canyon area and enjoy any type of riding – from casual and recreational to technical MTB riding. It’s all here!
From Center Street in Logan head east on Highway 89 (400 North) for two miles to the mouth of Logan Canyon.
Trailhead: Wood Camp turn-off, 12 miles from Logan on US 89
Elevation Start/End: 5400/7200 feet
Length: 5.1 miles one way
Old Ephraim's Grave
Elevation Start/Max: 5600/7200 feet
Length: 5.4 miles one way/14
Trailhead: Across US 89 from the forest boundary sign at the mouth of the canyon. The gate is usually closed and locked. Park at the boundary sign and cross the road.
Elevation Start/End: 4900/5400 feet
Length: Entire trail, 3.8 miles