Logan Canyon is a beautiful canyon that connects Logan in Cache Valley to Bear Lake in Rich County. It has many great hikes and stops. I will continue to add more hikes to this list since it’s such a beautiful area!
One of the popular highlights in Logan Canyon is the Wind Cave. The trailhead is 4.9 miles up Logan Canyon.
It is a moderate to difficult 4 miles and offers amazing views of Logan Canyon!
While driving through the canyon I asked my daughter to take a few shots through the windshield, so ignore the bugs and glare. You can still appreciate the beauty.
Right Hand Fork
Nine miles up the canyon from Logan is a turn off for Right Hand Fork. There are cabins and 0.4 miles up is the very short couple minute trail to the Hobbit Caves and Right Hand Fork Waterfall.
Hobbit Caves and Right Hand Fork Waterfall
Both the Hobbit Caves and Right Hand Fork Waterfall are both on the same 0.1 mile moderate trail.
Twenty miles up Logan Canyon is the turn off for Tony Grove. Follow that turn off for six miles to beautiful Tony Grove Lake and the hikes surrounding it!
This is a gorgeous area for wildflowers or fall foliage.
Bear Lake is located 36 miles from the entrance of Logan Canyon near Garden City, Utah.
Distance – 36 miles one way (Logan to Garden City)
Approximate driving time – 45-60 minutes (one direction and longer if including hikes or during peak times)
Permits needed – None
Pets allowed – Yes
Other canyons and scenic drives are Big Cottonwood Canyon, Little Cottonwood Canyon and the Alpine Loop. For more scenic drives click on this link.