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Level: Beginner
Length: 4 mi (6.4 km)
Surface: Other
Configuration: Out & Back
Elevation: -
Total: 13 riders

Mountain Biking Logan River Trail

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#283 of 692 mountain bike trails in Utah
#8236 in the world

This starts out as just under 3 miles of doubletrack that is fairly flat and easy riding, and then it turns into singletrack switchbacks for a bit that are pretty fun riding. Nothing to steep, and not too technical, and a blast to come back down. Eventually there is a split off or you can keep going straight and the trail will end fairly quickly, or you can take a branch off to the right that leads up to Bridger Overlook. Then you kind of ride along the mountainside for a bit until it wraps back into a small canyon where it starts getting a lot more steep and technical, and really brutal for one stretch. Right after the most brutal part it wraps back over to the Bridger Overlook - a bunch of switchbacks up loose rocks - looks like a rock slide. Good for a short afternoon ride.

First added by ricknorman on May 8, 2020. Last updated May 8, 2020. → add an update
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Getting there
Heading north on Main St. in Logan, turn right on 400 North, keep going until you enter into the canyon, and about a quarter to half mile up the canyon there will be a parking lot to the right. Alternate parking three miles up the canyon at Second Dam.
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  • dtclement

    Fun for a short casual ride. I like to bring my dog with on this trail because it goes along the Logan River so she can cool off in the water when it's hot. There is usually a lot of traffic on this trail.

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  • ricknorman

    Super easy doubletrack for the first two miles, then it turns into a fun singletrack for about a mile. There is an option of shooting off to the right about 3/4 of a mile up the singletrack to a fun ride up the Bridger Overlook - real good ride, with a very stiff climb at the end. Good for winter riding in the snow, although it gets awfully cold in Cache Valley.

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