Logan Canyon Scenic Byway

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  • Moose Rests by Roadside in Snow

    A moose sits casually within view of the Logan Canyon Scenic Byway, beneath leafless shrubs on a snowy day in winter.

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  • Raspberry Days Arts & Crafts Fair in Garden City

    A large crowd gathers for the arts and crafts fair at Raspberry Days in Garden City.

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  • View of Bear Lake from Rest Area

    Seen from the rest area, the brilliant blue waters of Bear Lake peek through thick stands of trees.

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  • American Indian in Traditional Costume

    The American West Heritage Center is a great place to get to know the way the west was.

  • Road near Malibu-Guinavah Campground

    The bend in the lone road is near Malibu-Guinavah Campground. Snowy mountains rise in the distance.

  • Power Plant in Winter

    The Logan Canyon Power Plant is surrounded by a powdering of snow.

  • Stitching at the American West Heritage Center

    Visitors learn more about the skills of early settlers to the American West at the American West Heritage Center.

  • Road Sign for Logan Canyon Scenic Byway

    This sign hangs at the entrance of the Logan Canyon Scenic Byway (Logan side).

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  • The Dugway Bridge

    Looking up at the Dugway Bridge in winter.

  • Bluebells and Glacial Rock

    Mountain Bluebells grow amidst glacial "karst" rocks in the Wasatch-Cache National Forest. Even in July spots of snow dot the forest.

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  • View of White Pine Lake

    The shore of remote White Pine Lake is surrounded by forests and strewn with fallen trees and wildflowers.

  • View from White Pine Lake Trail

    Mountain ahead as we are about to descend into the valley that leads to White Pine Lake

  • Wind Caves from Hwy 89

    Wind Caves as seen from Logan Canyon Scenic Byway

  • Old Main Tower in Spring

    Trees bright with new spring growth frame the "A" on the roof of Old Main Tower at Utah State University in Logan, Utah.

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  • Just Danglin' from the Rocks

    Climber hangs tight beneath the main undercut of the Fucoidal Quartzite Climbing Area.

  • Beautiful Blue Bear Lake

    Bear Lake's fantastic blue contrasts with the sharp dark greens and soft grays of the nearby trees and sagebrush.

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  • Looking up Temple Fork in Spring

    Looking up Temple Fork in spring, before the Year 2000 improvements (latrine, interpretive sign and parking area.)

  • Tony Grove Lake

    A seven-mile paved road leads off the byway to a height of 8,050 feet to reach Tony Grove Lake, a glacial lake, often called the "crown jewel" of the Bear River Range.

  • Tour Bus in Logan Canyon

    A tour bus travels the Logan Canyon Scenic Byway during the spectacular fall. The brilliant red of the maple trees is set against the limestone outcroppings. This is a very popular route from Salt Lake City to Yellowstone.

  • Lady Bird Overlook Information

    Travelers fill the interpretive site during this class which uses Logan Canyon Scenic Byway to learn about interpretation on byways.

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  • Lady Bird Overlook Information

    Travelers fill this major interpretive site at the entrance to Logan Canyon. The many-paneled site at Lady Bird Overlook by the Forest Service Visitor Center is constructed of logs and stone and has a splendid view of Cache Valley and its communities.

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  • Visitor at Lady Bird Overlook

    A visitor to Logan Canyon Scenic Byway reads the splendid interpretive panels at Lady Bird Overlook.

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  • Kiosk Construction at Lady Bird Overlook

    Kiosk construction at Lady Bird Overlook prior to sign installation.

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  • Kiosk Construction at Lady Bird Overlook

    Visitors look over the kiosk at Lady Bird Overlook during its final construction.

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  • Kiosk Construction at Lady Bird Overlook

    A traveler reads about area history in the morning light at Lady Bird Overlook.

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  • Travelers at Lady Bird Overlook

    Travelers learn Byway stories at Lady Bird Overlook in spring.

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  • Kiosk Construction at Lady Bird Overlook

    The interpretation and welcome kiosk at the mouth of Logan Canyon is under construction.

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  • Kiosk Construction at Lady Bird Overlook

    The interpretation and welcome kiosk at the mouth of Logan Canyon is not completely assembled in this close up.

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  • Kiosk Construction at Lady Bird Overlook

    Logan Canyon Scenic Byway offers this interpretation workshop many lessons.

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  • "More Precious than Gold" Sign

    The interpretation on the "More Precious than Gold" Sign at Lady Bird Overlook at the mouth of Logan Canyon explains the value of water in this high desert country.

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  • "The Great Taffy Pull" Sign

    Information Panel at Lady Bird Overlook tells about the geology of the Wasatch Mountains and the Cache Valley area.

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  • "Willow Valley" Sign

    History of Willow Valley is explained on this interpretive sign at Lady Bird Overlook on the Logan Canyon Scenic Byway.

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  • "Top Hats and Mountain Tails" Sign

    This interpretive sign for Logan Canyon Scenic Byway tells the history behind Cache Valley's name.

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  • Logan Canyon Scenic Byway Entrance Sign

    The entrance sign to Logan Canyon Scenic Byway at the Lady Bird Overlook is of log-and-stone construction. The sign itself shows local scenes etched out in metal.

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  • Interpretive Sign at Lady Bird Overlook

    Sunlight casts shadows through the log roof onto one of the kiosk panels at the Lady Bird Overlook of the Logan Canyon Scenic Byway

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  • Interpretive Sign at Lady Bird Overlook

    One of the panels at the Lady Bird Overlook kiosk of the Logan Canyon Scenic Byway gives an overview of the Byway.

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  • Early Light at Lady Bird Overlook

    Early one morning, a visitor reads one of the panels at the Lady Bird Overlook kiosk area at Logan Canyon Scenic Byway.

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  • Heart of the Rockies Panel at Lady Bird Overlook

    This panel at the Lady Bird Overlook kiosk at Logan Canyon Scenic Byway shows side trips that are in the greater Utah-Wyoming-Idaho area.

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  • Making Visitors Think

    This panel at the Lady Bird Overlook kiosk at Logan Canyon Scenic Byway makes a visitor think.

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  • Details of Kiosk Construction

    Final details of the construction of the Lady Bird Overlook kiosk at Logan Canyon Scenic Byway are shown.

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  • Telling Stories with Interpretive Panels

    This panel at the Lady Bird Overlook kiosk at Logan Canyon Scenic Byway tells several stories.

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  • Learning about Cache Valley

    A visitor studies one of the side panels at the Lady Bird Overlook kiosk at Logan Canyon Scenic Byway

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  • Studying the Cache Valley Area

    A visitor ponders one of the panels at the Lady Bird Overlook kiosk on the Logan Canyon Scenic Byway.

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  • Logan Canyon's Best Practices Award Poster

    The Best Practices Award poster is displayed inside the ranger station at Lady Bird Overlook on the Logan Canyon Scenic Byway.

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  • Bear Lake Overlook

    This overlook offers a beautiful view of Bear Lake underneath a wonderful skyscape of fluffy clouds.

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  • Beaver Junction Wayside on the Logan Canyon Scenic Byway

    Travelers stop to look at information signs at the rest and picnic area at Beaver Junction.

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  • Logan Canyon Offers Great Early Morning Views

    The sun rises over the mountains in Logan Canyon, Utah.

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  • Precast Toilet Facilities in Logan Canyon

    Logan Canyon Scenic Byway used precast toilets at their Beaver Junction rest area.

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  • Logan Canyon Scenic Byway in Early Morning Light

    This particular picture shows the road through the lower canyon area washed in early morning light. The road is lined with rich green trees and rocky hills.

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  • Logan Canyon Scenic Byway in Early Morning Light

    This particular picture shows the road through the lower canyon area washed in early morning light. The road is lined with rich green trees and rocky hills.

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  • China Wall at Early Light

    This byway offers a great early morning view of China Wall in Logan Canyon, Utah.

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  • Clouds at Bear Lake Overlook

    This is a gorgeous overlook of Bear Lake that offers grass, trees, and clouds.

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  • Logan Canyon in Early Morning Light

    Early morning sun tips the mountaintops while the road remains shaded in Utah's Logan Canyon Scenic Byway

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  • "Welcome to Willow Inn" Sign

    This is one example of an interpretation sign in Logan Canyon, Utah.

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  • People Fishing at Second Dam

    Second Dam in Logan Canyon is a popular fishing spot for locals and travelers.

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  • People Fly Fishing at Second Dam

    Second Dam in Logan Canyon, Utah, is a popular fishing spot for locals and travelers.

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  • Fly Fishing at Second Dam

    Two fishermen wade into the middle of Second Dam to get the best "attack" for their fishing.

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  • Interpretation Workshop Students at Second Dam

    Interpretation Workshop Students at Second Dam are surrounded by lush trees and mountains.

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  • Limber Pine Wayside Interpretive Site

    Travelers stop to read information panels at Limber Pine Wayside Interpretation Site in Logan Canyon.

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  • Second Dam Interpretive Site

    Fall foliage lingers on waterside trees in this view of Second Dam taken from an interpretation site.

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  • Tony Grove Lake in Logan Canyon

    Tony Grove Lake can be so smooth that the surrounding pine trees, mountains and clouds are reflected on its surface.

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  • Failure of Trail Materials at Tony Grove

    Materials used for this trail at Tony Grove Lake Area failed, as seen in this photo of a slightly collapsed walkway.

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  • Traveler Leaving an Interpretive Site

    A car pulls away from an interpretive site in the lower canyon area of Logan Canyon. The Byway is surrounded by towering trees and mountains.

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  • Travelers and Lake View at Second Dam

    A visitor climbs up from an interpretive site in this view of Second Dam taken from the top of the stairs above the fishing pier.

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  • Travelers at Ricks Springs

    Travelers enjoy exploring the rocky caves and cliffs at Ricks Springs.

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  • Travelers on Tony Grove

    Travelers enjoy a beautiful view of crystal-clear Tony Grove Lake surrounded by trees.

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  • "More Precious than Gold" Sign

    The interpretation on the "More Precious than Gold" Sign at Lady Bird Overlook at the mouth of Logan Canyon explains the value of water in this high desert country.

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  • "Where Mammoths Roamed" Panel

    This interpretive sign tells of prehistoric wildlife in the Cache Valley area of Utah.

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  • Interpretive Sign at Beaver Junction

    A log-and-stone interpretive sign at Beaver Junction talks about "A Place to Play."

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  • Early Morning Travelers

    Early morning light cast strong shadows over Logan Canyon Scenic Byway.

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  • Lake at Second Dam

    Plant life is abundant both in and around the water at Second Dam. The fishing pier and stairway up to the street-side parking are visible across the lake.

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  • Logan Canyon in the Morning

    Early morning sunlight tips the mountain tops while the road and the depths of the canyon remain in shadow.

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  • Interpretive Sign at Ricks Springs

    A visitor stands beside one of the interpretive panels at Ricks Springs.

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  • Interpretive Sign at Beaver Junction

    A log-and-stone interpretive sign at Beaver Junction talks about "A Road Runs Through It."

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  • Interpretive Sign at Limber Pine Trailhead

    Travelers get oriented at the Limber Pine wayside's interpretive sign.

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  • Interpretive Signs at Wind Caves Trailhead

    Several panels make up this L-shaped log-and-stone construction at the trailhead of the Wind Caves Trail.

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  • Fishing at Second Dam

    Two people fish in the Logan River surrounded by verdant green vegetation.

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  • Interpretive Sign at Temple Fork

    A traveler reviews the history and use of the Temple Fork area at this interpretive kiosk.

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  • A Summer's Day at Tony Grove Lake

    Clouds are reflected in the ripples at the shoreline of Tony Grove Lake.

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  • Early Light on Logan Canyon

    Morning light casts strong shadows on the lower canyon walls and the road while illuminating the mountains above.

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  • Interpretive Signs Looking at Wind Caves

    These interpretive signs provide one of the best views of the Wind Caves from the canyon floor.

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  • Clouds over Bear Lake from Overlook

    Clouds form fans and fluffy white piles in the skies over Bear Lake from the Bear Lake Overlook.

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  • Scooping Up Fun at Aggie Ice Cream in Logan

    A student employee dishes up Aggie Ice Cream, produced by Utah State University's Dairy Program.

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  • Truck and RV Camping in the Backcountry

    A large trailer RV parks behind a truck in a green meadow in Logan Canyon.

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  • Visitors to Ricks Spring

    A crowd visits Ricks Spring in June.

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  • Beaver Mountain Lodge

    Beaver Mountain Lodge buried under snow makes a fine base for winter fun!

  • A Snowboarder at Beaver Mountain

    A snowboarder comes down Beaver Mountain near the Face Lift.

  • Winter Ski Lodge on Logan Canyon Scenic Byway

    A lodge for skiers leased from the USFS is near Beaver Mountain.

  • Ricks Spring in Winter

    Grainy photo of Ricks Spring in Logan Canyon in winter

  • Family Picnicking at DeWitt Picnic Area

    A family enjoys shade, food, and conversation in the DeWitt Picnic Area of Logan Canyon.

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  • Families and Geese at First Dam

    Waterfowl come and visit curious children on the sandy beach at First Dam at the mouth of Logan Canyon.

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  • A Fork in the Trail

    A wooden sign indicates three trails -- Nature Trail, White Pine Trail, and Naomi Peak Trail -- in the Tony Grove Lake area of the Wasatch Mountains.

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  • Loading up the Horses

    Two men lift a pack onto a trail horse while a second waits patiently for the trip to start in the Logan Canyon backcountry of the Wasache-Cache National Forest.

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  • Ready for a Ride

    A dun horse loaded with trail gear stands ready for a day in the Wasatch-Cache National Forest and Logan Canyon.

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  • The Jardine Juniper

    This Juniper Tree is over 3,200 years old. Look closely and you can see Logan Canyon Scenic Byway down below.

  • Spectacular Views from Jardine Juniper Trail

    Mt. Naomi Wilderness Area can be seen from the trail to Jardine Juniper.

  • The Jardine Juniper Trail

    A hiker enjoys the Jardine Juniper Trail in early June.

  • Leading the Livestock

    The historical farm at the American West Heritage Center is home to horses, cows, oxen, and other animals.

  • Soldier and Flag at the Festival of the American West

    Buffalo Soldier reenactments are part of the Festival of the American West

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  • American West Heritage Center

    Original style clothing, houses, and even toys can be seen at the American West Heritage Center.

  • Display at Logan Ranger Station

    A bald eagle perches on the corner display cabinet in the lobby of the Wasatch-Cache Ranger station at the mouth of Logan Canyon.

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  • Four Hikers Returning

    Four hikers finish the last of the major switchbacks as they return on the Jardine Juniper Trail.

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  • Scenic Byway from Jardine Juniper

    The Logan Canyon Scenic Byway winds through the canyon in the Wasatch-Cache National Forest, far below the Jardine Juniper.

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  • Hikers Signing Juniper Logbook

    Four hikers write their experiences on the Jardine Juniper Trail in one of the logbooks kept on the tree platform.

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  • The Jardine Juniper

    One of the oldest trees in the world, the Jardine Juniper in Logan Canyon still has a tuft of healthy green at the very top.

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  • Looking Down the Canyon

    The Jardine Juniper Trail rises up the side of a mountain in a series of switchbacks which show the long valley far below.

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  • Trail Sign in Valley

    A simple wood sign points the way on the Jardine Juniper Trail in late summer.

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  • Third Dam/Spring Hollow

    This is a popular spot for fly fisherman to catch a blue-ribbon trout. Visitors to this site can access several hiking trails and enjoy the beautiful fall color.

  • Hiking Trail at Spring Hollow

    This trail can be accessed at Third Dam/Spring Hollow, just off the Logan Canyon Scenic Byway. The trail leads to the springs and onward to the Crimson Trail.

  • Autumn Aspen and Pine in the Middle Sinks

    Logan Canyon Scenic Byway winds past golden aspen in the Middle Sinks area.

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  • Limestone Outcroppings Along Logan Canyon Scenic Byway

    Mile-high, vertical, limestone cliffs are located in many locations along the Logan Canyon Scenic Byway.

  • View of Cache Valley from Logan Peak

    The pine trees on Logan Peak frame this view of Cache Valley.

  • Wall Display at Logan Ranger Station

    Historic photos hold pride of place on the eastern wall of the lobby of the Wasatch-Cache Ranger station at the mouth of Logan Canyon

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  • Captured by Beauty of Tony Grove

    A young child lingers amongst wildflowers and gazes at the lush scenery of Tony Grove, located just off of Logan Canyon Scenic Byway, Utah.

  • Brochures Available at Logan Ranger Station

    A visitor browses a pamphlet from the free literature available at the Logan Ranger Station.

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  • Display at Logan Ranger Station

    Historic photos hold pride of place on the eastern wall of the lobby of the Wasatch-Cache Ranger station at the mouth of Logan Canyon.

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  • Reading by the Riverside in the Card Guard Picnic Area

    A visitor takes the time to enjoy her book in the cool shade of the Card Guard Picnic Area.

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  • Mt. Magog in the Spring over White Pine Lake

    Mt. Magog provides a scenic backdrop to the tranquil waters of White Pine Lake.

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  • Logan River Downstream

    A tree casts a shadow over the Logan River at Card Picnic Area.

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  • North view from Bear Lake Overlook

    North view of Bear Lake from Bear Lake Overlook

  • View of Hydropark from Western Bluff

    Looking down on the Logan River running through Ray Hugie Hydropark from bluffs to the west in late summer.

  • First Dam looking toward the Island

    Murky photo of First Dam looking toward the Island.

  • The Ranger Station and Scenic Byway Visitor's Center

    Ranger Station at the entrance to Logan Canyon

  • Mountains Above Lawn at Ray Hugie Hydropark

    The Hydropark has a long stretch of tended lawn alongside the river, edged by grand spruce trees.

  • River Trail Trailhead Sign at Green House Rock Area

    River Trail Trailhead Sign at Green House Rock Area in Logan Canyon

  • Middle Sinks Looking South from the Parking Area

    Middle Sinks Looking South from Parking Area in summer

  • Trailhead to Old Ephraim's Grave

    Old fence and battered sign greet visitors to walk into history at the path to Old Ephraim's Grave memorial

  • Not for the Faint of Heart (or Low of Clearance!)

    Rocks underneath an SUV show that a high-clearance vehicle is strongly advised for those who wish to access the Wasatch-Cache National Forest backcountry via Temple Fork Road.

  • Old Ephraim's Grave

    A visitor leans against the marker at Old Ephraim's Grave. Imagine the grizzly standing as high as this marker, and you'll realize how dwarfed an ordinary person would have been by him.

  • A Couple Relaxing by the Shore of White Pine Lake

    A girl sits on a tree while a guy sprawls on the shore by the shore of White Pine Lake

  • White Pine Lake at the Foot of Mt. Magog

    White Pine Lake at the foot of Mt. Magog in June

  • Snowmobiles in the Sinks

    Two snowmobilers traverse the track-strewn fields at the edge of the forests in the Sinks

  • Snowmobiles in the Long Stretches of the Sinks

    Long shot of the Sinks with two snowmobiles on the criss-crossed tracks of snow

  • Floating Down the Logan River

    Guy on inner tube floating on a spring-swollen Logan River, past the Hydropark

  • Volleyball Players at Canyon Entrance Park

    The ball is in play at the sand volleyball court at Canyon Entrance Park in Logan Canyon.

  • Horseback riders on the White Pine Trail

    A group of horseback riders traverse the scenic White Pine Trail.

  • Start of the Blind Hollow Trail in Logan Canyon

    The view down Logan Canyon at the start of Blind Hollow Trail is breathtaking in June.

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  • Alongside the Byway in Garden City

    Visitor walks past Grandma's Pantry, closed for the winter, but soon to open for spring and serve up fresh raspberry shakes!

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  • Blind Hollow Trail Junction

    This sign marks the junction of Blind Hollow Trail (FS-009) and FS-063 in the backcountry near Hansen Pond.

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  • Western Entrance to Logan Canyon

    Enter through the western opening of the canyon to find this view of grand mountains.

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  • Hiking on Blind Hollow Trail

    Hikers enjoy the aspens and waist-high vegetation as they come down Blind Hollow Trail on a sunny spring afternoon.

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  • Butterfly in Blind Hollow Trail

    A butterfly rests docilely on the spring vegetation along Blind Hollow Trail.

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  • Hansen Pond in the Wasatch-Cache National Forest

    Hansen Pond reflects the white-barked aspens on a sunny spring day.

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  • Sunlight on the Blind Hollow Trail

    The Blind Hollow Trail skirts sun-drenched hillsides on its way back to US 89

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  • Heading up the Blind Hollow Trail

    The trail rises gently through a flowered meadow and into the forested horizon.

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  • Bridger Campground on Logan Canyon Scenic Byway

    A red car waits at the entrance to Bridger Campground area

  • Looking from Hwy 89 down into the Dugway

    Looking down into the Logan Canyon dugway at Logan River flowing between snowbanks with the sun glinting just over the mountain

  • China Wall in Logan Canyon

    China Wall in Logan Canyon in fall. Taken in early evening. Photo manipulated to enhance partial moon above the cliffs.

  • Temple Fork in Logan Canyon

    Late afternoon, looking into Temple Fork from the highway with sunlight partially illuminating the cliffs. Photo has been color adjusted.

  • Road to Summit in Logan Canyon

    RV on the road on the way up from Garden City, near Sunrise Campground. High summer.

  • Tony Grove Lake in Summer

    Lightstruck photo of Tony Grove Lake in Summer from White Pine Trail

  • Information Kiosk at Bear Lake Overlook

    Information Kiosk at Bear Lake Overlook. This kiosk has been removed (as of 1998 or so). The USFS plans to build a larger information kiosk here, possibly even a visitor's center.

  • Northeast view from Bear Lake Overlook

    Northeast view from Bear Lake Overlook in Rich County, Utah

  • Garden City from Hwy 89

    The byway heads toward Bear Lake in Garden City

  • Picnicking at Ray Hugie Hydropark

    Picnic at Hydropark in Logan Canyon

  • Closeup of Spring Waterfall at Ray Hugie Hydropark

    Hydropark Waterfall Closeup

  • Spring Waterfall at Ray Hugie Hydropark

    Hydropark waterfall cascades down the rocky bluffs to the west of the hydropark. This is a rare sight in drought-stressed northern Utah.

  • Zanavoo Restaurant in Winter

    Snow covers the Zanavoo Restaurant and the mountains behind it

  • Zanavoo Restaurant Closeup

    Coming in close to Zanavoo Restaurant with snow still speckling the mountains behind it.

  • Riverside Trail Hiker, near Spring Hollow Campground

    Hiker on Logan Canyon's Riverside Trail in very early spring with the forest just beginning to green up.

  • Riverside Trailhead Sign at Spring Hollow Campground

    Riverside Trail Sign. This may have been replaced in 1998-1999 when the USFS did many improvements to the byway.

  • First Dam Overview

    Looking down on First Dam park area. An overview in spring when all is green.

  • Canoers at First Dam

    First Dam Canoers

  • Fishing Pier and Fisherman at First Dam

    Looking from the highway down on the First Dam fishing pier in spring

  • Red Bridge Riverside Trail Trailhead

    Red Bridge Riverside Trail Trailhead in spring

  • Red Bridge and River in Spring

    The Logan River, swollen with snow melt in spring, flows furiously beneath Red Bridge.

  • Red Bridge Bluffs across from Trailhead

    The north side of Logan Canyon is rugged and rocky with bluffs. These are near Red Bridge.

  • Logan Cave at Dusk

    Logan Cave at dusk (before they put the gate in)

  • Logan Canal Launch Point

    Logan Canal launch point, a popular place for locals to start a float down the irrigation canal. Easy to find due to the corrugated green pipe and the wide shoulder.

  • Popular Launch Point for Logan Canal

    An irrigation canal high in Logan Canyon is a popular place to cool off. This photo shows the launching off point for tubing.

  • Green House Rock Area Entrance

    Bridge across the Logan River to the Green House Rock area. This is also a trail entry point to the Riverside Trail.

  • Green House Rock Area Closeup

    Closeup view of Green House Rock picnic area, showing shade, trailhead sign and parking

  • Climbers on Cliff Opposite Green House Rock Area

    Climbers on Cliff opposite Green House Rock Area in Logan Canyon

  • Fishermen on Pier at Second Dam in Spring

    Fishermen on pier at Logan Canyon's Second Dam in spring

  • Zanavoo Restaurant in Spring

    Zanavoo in late spring (no snow)

  • Front View of Dam at Third Dam

    Front view of Third Dam from the highway, with the spring runoff flowing high through the dam

  • View of Third Dam across from Lake Bonneville Geological Marker

    View of Third Dam across from Lake Bonneville Geological Marker

  • Alpine Cut by the Third Dam

    Alpine Cut by the Third Dam

  • Bluffs north of Wood Camp Campground

    Bluffs on Logan Canyon Scenic Byway beyond the turnoff to Wood Camp Campground

  • Logan Cave from the Road

    Logan Cave from across the highway. This photo was taken before the gate was put up.

  • Mountains to the north of Wood Camp Campground in spring

    Mountains to the north of Wood Camp Campground in spring, as seen from the Jardine Juniper Trail

  • Dewitt Picnic Area in Logan Canyon

    Visitor takes photo of the canyon while parked before Dewitt picnic area in Logan Canyon. China Row rock formation visible above the trees.

  • Entrance to the Guivanah-Malibu Campground

    Three-panel signs at the entrance to the Guivanah-Malibu Campground

  • China Row Picnic Area

    Trees form a canopy over the road near China Row picnic area

  • Closeup of Logan Cave

    Logan Cave Closeup. This photo was taken before the entrance was gated up.

  • Logan Cave and Spring Runoff

    Water cascading out of Logan Cave over rocks below. This was taken before they put the iron gate in the cave mouth.

  • Marker at Temple Fork

    Marker embedded in native rock at Temple Fork describes the significance of this fork to the area.

  • Ricks Spring

    Visitor to Ricks Spring in Logan Canyon in spring

  • Closeup of Rick's Spring

    Visitors peer into the honeycombed cliffs next to Ricks Spring

  • Rocks by the First Cattleguard

    Lichen adds rusty tinge of color to standing rocks by the first cattleguard up Logan Canyon

  • Fence, Meadows and Mountains by First Cattleguard

    Fence, Meadows and Mountains by First Cattleguard

  • Tony Grove Turnoff

    Turnoff to Tony Grove Road and campground on a blazing blue summer day.

  • Tony Grove Lake with Bikers and Fishermen

    Tony Grove Lake in spring with bikers and fishermen and snow still on the mountainside

  • Tony Grove Lake and Canoers in Late Spring

    Tony Grove Lake and canoers in late spring with snow still clinging to the shore

  • Wild Flowers on Tony Grove Lake Road

    Arrowleaf balsamroot and mule's ear make a yellow carpet in early summer on the meadows beside Tony Grove Lake Road

  • Entrance to the Red Banks Campground

    Entrance to the Red Banks Campground in summer

  • Second Cattleguard

    Second Cattleguard, at a boundary of private and public lands on Logan Canyon Scenic Byway.

  • Beaver Creek by Second Cattleguard

    Beaver Creek by Second Cattleguard with wildflowers scattered among the dogwood and willow

  • Beaver Mountain Turnoff

    Beaver Mountain turnoff in summer

  • Swan Flat Road Turnoff

    Swan Flat Road Turnoff in summer

  • Limber Pine Trailhead

    The photo shows the trailhead as it appeared in 1996. In summer 2000, this area was improved by the Forest Service to include a latrine facility. The sign was replaced with a multi-color interpretive structure.

  • Limber Pine Trail

    Interpretive trail at Limber Pine in Logan Canyon as it appeared in 1996.

  • Entrance to Sunrise Campground

    Entrance to Sunrise Campground

  • Natural Wonder of Logan's Wind Caves

    Wind Caves from the next peak over

  • Destination Reached! The Wind Caves

    On Top of the Wind Caves

  • All about Fucoidal Quartzite

    Fucoidal Quartzite Marker

  • Ancient life preserved in rock in Logan Canyon

    Fucoidal Quartzite Fossil

  • Right Hand Fork in Logan Canyon in the Fall

    Maples flare red in the fall at the junction of Right Hand Fork and Logan Canyon Scenic Byway

  • Horseride on Tony Grove Lake Road

    Horseback riders crossing the road to Tony Grove in the Fall time.

  • Tony Grove Campground in Late Spring

    River of snow crosses a road before some visitors to Tony Grove Campground in Spring.

  • Logan River in Fall near Spring Hollow

    Vibrant autumn color lines the shores and mountains surrounding Third Dam Reservoir in Logan Canyon, Utah.

  • Lake Bonneville Marker

    Forest Service sign about Lake Bonneville in Logan Canyon

  • Entrance to Lewis M. Turner Campground

    Lewis Turner Campground entrance

  • Trailhead to Blind Hollow Trail

    Blind Hollow Trailhead in spring

  • Turnoff to USU Field Station

    The turnoff to USU Field Station is marked by a forest service sign. This photo is in spring, and the mules' ear and arrowleaf balsamroot are bright spots of yellow in the foreground.

  • Old Wind Caves Trailhead Sign

    This is the old sign at the head of the Wind Caves Trail. As of summer 2000, it has been replaced with a multi-color interpretive sign and structure.

  • Power Plant at Second Dam in Spring

    This old yellow brick building is Second Dam's Power Plant, which once (and might still, actually) supplied electricity to Cache Valley. Photo in spring.

  • Traces of an Ancient Lake in Logan Canyon

    This long ridge above the highway is one remnant of ancient Lake Bonneville

  • Blacksmith Fork Scenic Backway at Summit

    The turnoff to Bear Lake Summit Road, near the Rich-Cache county line.

  • Card Guard Station from Logan Canyon Scenic Byway

    Card Guard Station from road in Spring

  • Card Guard Picnic Area from Logan Canyons Scenic Byway

    Cars by the side of the road near Card Guard Picnic area in Spring. This is before they put in the new facilities (before 1998 or so.)

  • The Logan River Flowing Beneath Bluffs at Card Guard Picnic Area

    Bluff across the river at Card Guard picnic area

  • Chokecherry Picnic Area in Logan Canyon

    The Chokecherry Picnic Site sign in Logan Canyon

  • Franklin Basin Road parking area

    Franklin Basin Road parking area in summer showing parking area (with car) and latrine.

  • Stone Amphitheater at Malibu-Guinavah Campground

    Malibu-Guinavah Amphitheater, from top, showing stage and seating.

  • Preston Campground in Logan Canyon

    Preston Campground in summer showing entrance and sign (and garbage bin!)

  • Looking up the Sinks' Valley from Swan Flat Road

    Dark photo of the sinks from Swan Flat Road on Logan Canyon Scenic Byway in Utah

  • The Oregon Trail in the Bear Lake Region

    Historical Marker describing the part of the Oregon Trail which passed near Bear Lake long ago.

  • Rendezvous Beach on Bear Lake

    Shoreline trees frame a view of Rendezvous Beach on Bear Lake.

  • Driving Along Bear Lake's Shore

    Bear Lake's light blue surface beckons during a hot day on the road.

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  • At the Foot of Fucoidal Quartzite Cliffs

    Climbers wait at the foot of cliffs in the Fucoidal Quartzite Climbing Area on a cloudy day in spring.

  • Bear Lake Recreation Area and Marina - Garden City

    Sunlight dominates the foreground but rain clouds threaten in this look at the Bear Lake Marina.

  • Horseback Riders on White Pine Lake Trail in Logan Canyon, Utah

    Horseback riders descending the slope to Tony Grove Lake on the White Pine Lake Trail

  • Upper Logan Canyon from Tony Grove Lake Road

    Lovely summer view of Logan Canyon's upper valley from Tony Grove Lake Road. Not a building in sight for miles!

  • Mountains by the Curve of Wood Camp Campground

    Mountains are seen above the highway by the curve of Wood Camp Campground.

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  • Family Picnic at Card Guard Picnic Area

    A family enjoys a picnic in the cool shade at the Card Guard Picnic Area.

  • Horseback Riders at White Pine Lake.

    A group of horseback riders make their way up the switchbacks out of White Pine Lake's Canyon.

  • Mt. Magog over White Pine Lake

    Snow-speckled Mt. Magog provides a majestic backdrop to White Pine Lake.

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  • Display at Logan Ranger Station

    History of Logan Canyon and the Wasatch-Cache National Forest is displayed in the ranger station at the mouth of the canyon.

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  • The Stokes Nature Center

    A hands-on educational experience, the Stokes Nature Center is the perfect place to learn more about the environment of the area.

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  • Bicyclists at the Stokes Nature Center

    Bicyclists enjoy the spring weather while traversing the road near the Stokes Nature Center.

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  • Merchandise at Logan Ranger Station

    A visitor examines merchandise available for sale in the Logan Ranger Station at the mouth of Logan Canyon.

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  • Driving Through Logan Canyon Near Red Bridge

    Snow dusts the mountains behind a curve in the road near the entrance to Logan Canyon.

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  • Aspens and Pines by the First Cattleguard in Logan Canyon.

    A myriad of green colors decorate the mountains in Logan Canyon near the first cattleguard.

  • Elaborate Dance at the Festival of the American West

    A bright, elaborate American Indian dance unfolds before the viewer at the Festival of the American West.

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  • Golden Aspens on White Pine Lake Trail

    Fall has nipped these aspen trees on the White Pine Lake Trail in the Wasatch Mountains of Utah.

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  • Display at Logan Ranger Station

    A ranger at the Logan Ranger Station describes the forest's history to an enthralled visitor.

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  • Camping at Bridger Campground

    A tent and truck sit idly in the summer sun at Bridger Campground in Logan Canyon.

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  • Logan River near Wood Camp

    Autumn touches some trees with orange and red, while others remain green next to the Logan River near the Wood Camp Campground in Logan Canyon.

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  • Picnic Site at Preston Valley Campground

    Picnic tables, parking, and power are part of this site at Preston Valley Campground in Logan Canyon.

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  • Rapids at Spring Hollow

    Some red berries are ripe for picking on the shore before the rapids of the Logan River at Spring Hollow in Logan Canyon.

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  • Logan Canyon Scenic Byway Entrance Sign

    At Ladybird Park on the western (Logan) entrance to the Logan Canyon Scenic Byway stands a rustic log and stone sign to indicate the start of the byway.

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  • Fishing from First Dam Pier

    People canoe the smooth waters of First Dam while others fish from the fishing pier.

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  • Byway Introduction Signs at Ladybird Park

    A park bench waits in the shade for a visitor at Ladybird Park at the mouth of Logan Canyon.

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  • Logan Sidewalk Sale

    Each summer the downtown merchants of Logan hold a sidewalk sale.

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  • River by Ricks Spring

    Cars pass close to the Logan River in this view of Highway 89 near Ricks Spring.

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  • Ricks Spring

    Water flows continually from a cave's mouth at Ricks Spring in Logan Canyon.

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  • Front of Bear Lake Overlook Visitor Center

    A visitor approaches the Bear Lake Overlook Visitor Center on a mostly clear day. The grounds are bare dirt, awaiting landscaping.

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  • In the Bear Lake Overlook Parking Lot

    Two visitors walk across the parking lot to get a closer view of Bear Lake from the overlook.

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  • Ready for Panels

    A group of visitors look out toward Bear Lake, surrounded by posts ready for interpretive panels.

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  • Semicircles Overlooking Bear Lake

    A few rocky semicircles sit before a green rolling hill below the Bear Lake Overlook and rest area. A clear Bear Lake lies in the distance.

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  • Inside the Bear Lake Overlook Visitor Center

    A worker at the Bear Lake Overlook Visitor Center waits for visitors, ready to provide them with helpful information and brochures.

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  • Fall Fishermen on Logan Canyon Scenic Byway

    Two men fish on a beautiful autumn day at Third Dam on the Logan River.

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  • Hikers above China Wall on the Crimson Trail

    Two hikers stroll along the cliff's edge on the Crimson Trail in Logan Canyon on a sunny autumn day.

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  • Logan Canyon from the Crimson Trail

    The Logan River and Logan Canyon Scenic Byway run along the bottom of Logan Canyon to Cache Valley in this autumn view from atop the China Wall on the Crimson Trail.

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  • Dog Leading the Way on the Crimson Trail

    A golden dog leads two hikers on the way down a switchback on the Spring Hollow end of the Crimson Trail.

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  • Logan River in Autumn

    The Logan River widens at the base of canyon walls covered in red and orange maple trees, as seen from the west end of the Crimson Trail.

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  • Early View of Logan Canyon

    On the Spring Hollow end of the Crimson Trail in Logan Canyon, the Logan Canyon Scenic Byway can be seen at the base of canyon walls covered in red and orange fall foliage.

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  • Canyons Walls in Autumn Color

    Maples, brilliant in their red fall foliage, cover the slopes of Logan Canyon above the Logan Canyon Scenic Byway, as seen from the Crimson Trail.

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  • Closeup of the Wind Caves

    From the Crimson Trail, the Wind Caves rock formation stands out across Logan Canyon.

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  • Staff at Logan Ranger Station

    Friendly rangers will greet you at the Logan Ranger Station.

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  • Fishing Pier at Second Dam

    The fishing pier encircles part of this beautiful view of Second Dam surrounded by lush trees and mountains.

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  • Mossy Rocks of Spring Creek in Logan Canyon

    Spring Creek cascades over rocks cloaked in bright green moss in Spring Hollow in Logan Canyon.

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  • Crimson Trail in Shadows on Logan Canyon

    Maples and box elder trees show their bright colors above shadows that fall across the Crimson Trail at Spring Hollow in Logan Canyon.

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  • Snowmobiling a Ridge above Logan Canyon

    A snowmobiler waves hello from a ridge in the awesome scenery of Logan Canyon in Utah.

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  • FHWA and Travel Writers at American West Heritage Center in Wellsville

    Rob Draper chats with travel writers at the American West Heritage Center in Wellsville near the Logan Canyon Scenic Byway in Utah.

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  • Display at Logan Ranger Station

    Wire and wood racks hold plenty of literature about the area for folks to browse at the Logan Ranger Station.

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  • White Pine Lake

    Mount Magog looms over the still green waters of White Pine Lake in late June.

  • Wind Caves Trailhead

    The Wind Caves Trail in Logan Canyon is marked with trailsigns. In spring the early part of the trail is green and shady.

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  • Third Dam in Autumn

    The slopes of Logan Canyon, covered in brilliant red maples, are reflected in the still waters of Third Dam.

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  • Sunlit Jardine Juniper

    Gnarled and twisted, the ancient Jardine Juniper tree stands proudly on the canyon's rim, with the narrow ribbon of the byway barely discernible 1,870 feet below.

  • Blue Lake, Green Fields and Brown Hillside

    Houses lie scattered throughout the hills of Garden City on the shores surrounding Bear Lake one September afternoon.

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  • Grove of Aspens near Spring Hollow

    A grove of aspen trees provides a peaceful, shady place to sit down and rest along the Logan Peak from Spring Hollow Trail.

  • Walkway over the Ricks Spring Runoff

    A boardwalk crosses over the water coming out of Ricks Spring.

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  • Logan Canyon Scenic Byway in May

    The Logan Canyon Scenic Byway winds its way through dense green trees and wildflowers in early May, right after the winter snows have melted.

  • Shady Trail near Spring Hollow

    A canopy of trees shades the Logan Peak from Spring Hollow Trail in late May.

  • Arrowleaf Balsamroot along the Riverside Nature Trail

    Abundant arrowleaf balsamroot blooms adorn the Riverside Nature Trail in late May.

  • Devil's Staircase on Naomi Peak Trail

    Layers of rock form a giant staircase on the Naomi Peak Trail hike from Tony Grove Lake in Logan Canyon.

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  • Wildflowers above Logan Canyon

    Wildflowers bloom among the rocks above the Tony Grove Lake area of Logan Canyon in the Wasatch-Cache National Forest.

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  • Wildflowers on Rocky Hillside in Logan Canyon

    Indian Paintbrush and Mountain Bluebell splash color among the white rocks above Tony Grove Lake Area in Logan Canyon.

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  • Fall Color at Third Dam on Logan Canyon Scenic Byway

    Mountainsides cloaked in the orange and golds of a bright September day are reflected in the still waters of Third Dam Reservoir by Spring Hollow Campground in Logan Canyon.

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  • Colorful Grove of Trees

    Sunlight streams in through fall foliage-laden trees onto a blanket of crimson leaves on the ground in the Logan Canyon.

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  • Fall Colors on the Logan Canyon Scenic Byway

    An RV drives along the Logan Canyon Scenic Byway, surrounded by gorgeous trees alight with a fire of color.

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  • Brilliant Sky Over Logan Canyon

    A brilliant blue sky blankets bright yellow and dark green trees on Logan Canyon Scenic Byway.

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  • Close-up of Fire-Red Leaves

    Fire-red leaves catch the attention of the camera during a fall foliage tour.

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  • River Through Logan Canyon

    A glassy river goes through Logan Canyon, reflecting a blue sky and the surrounding autumn yellows, reds, and greens.

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  • Right Hand Fork

    A stream trickles by beautiful autumn colors through Right Hand Fork in Logan Canyon.

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  • Taking a Long Shot in Logan Canyon

    A golfer sets up a drive on the green at Logan Golf & Country Club above the west end of Logan Canyon.

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  • Presenting Designation Plaque to Logan Canyon Scenic Byway

    Utah's Logan Canyon Scenic Byway receives their designation plaque at the Designation 2002 event at Union Station in Washington DC.

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  • Afternoon Fishing at Third Dam

    Hip-deep in the Logan River at Third Dam, a fisherman readies his line.

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  • Autumn Tent Camping in Right Hand Fork

    Red maple leaves coat the ground at a campsite in Right Hand Fork of Logan Canyon, where a tent and two chairs are ready for the approaching evening.

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  • Beaver Mountain Lodge in Summer

    A sign outside the Beaver Mountain Ski Lodge shows the various mountain ski runs. But on this summer day, there's no snow to be seen. Flowers bloom on the balcony and everything is green.

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  • Lift and Lodge at Beaver Mountain in Summer

    Looking down from one of the slopes, the Face Lift, the Lodge and the ticket cabin as well as some of the summer camping sites are visible.

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  • Kayaker and Canoer at Third Dam

    At Third Dam, a couple paddles through still waters reflecting shoreline trees.

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  • White and Russet Bushes at Third Dam

    A sagebrush-type plant covered in puffy white seedheads stands in contrast to a green-and-russet-leaved bush on the trail bordering Third Dam.

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  • Perfect Autumn Reflections at Third Dam

    The autumn-tinged slopes of Logan Canyon are reflected in the clear waters behind Third Dam Reservoir.

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  • Rocks and Fallen Maple Leaves on Riverside Trail

    Gray rocks and the spare lines of a sapling contrast with scarlet maple leaves scattered alongside the riverside hiking trail west of Third Dam in Logan Canyon.

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  • Ready for the Cisco Run

    A woman waits on Bear Lake, ready with her long-handled net to scoop up the cisco when they swim by beneath the ice.

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  • A Cisco Fish In Hand

    Closeup of a captured cisco fish. The cisco is endemic to Bear Lake and spawns every January. Local fishermen and women come to the region to carve holes in the ice (when the lake is frozen) and scoop them up!

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  • Cisco in the Net

    A woman shows the cisco fish she has just scooped out of a hole in the ice in Bear Lake.

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