Logan, Utah

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Top Photography Spots in and near Logan

  • Logan, Utah

    Hike to Saddleback Mountain Reflectors

    2.6 mi / 2302 ft gain
    Head east on the road going into Green Canyon, and just before the road turns Northeast, you will see a short dirt road continuing up towards the mountain next to a small power station. You can park anywhere along here. The trailhead is at the top of this road. The trail is hard to spot, but you ...
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  • Logan, Utah

    Hike to the Wind Caves, UT

    4.5
    3.7 mi / 1000 ft gain
    As you drive up Logan Canyon, you'll see the trailhead on the left side of the road, just after Guinavah-Malibu Campground. It's a fairly steep hike, but also very well maintained. The Wind Caves are probably the most popular hike in Northern Utah and for a good reason. As you can see in the pict...
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  • Wellsville, Utah

    Box Elder Peak

    4.3
    7.57 mi / 3986 ft gain
    From the Rattlesnake Trailhead (about a mile northeast of the Sherwood Hills Resort on U.S. 89) to the peak is just under 4.5 miles. The hike is great exercise, as it's relatively steep. The steep angle provides for stunning views along the entire trail, making this one of the most picturesque hi...
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  • Richmond, Utah

    Backpack to White Pine Lake, Logan

    4.5
    7.6 mi / 1344 ft gain
    You will start from the Tony Grove Lake parking lot and start hiking northeast on the White Pine Lake trailhead. The trail is roughly 3.8 miles to the lake through beautiful Quaking Aspens and Pines. The first 2.5 miles are fairly easy with a slight incline. You will then reach the top of a ridge...
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  • Richmond, Utah

    Hike Mt. Magog

    5.0
    5 mi / 1702 ft gain
    Mt. Magog is one of the most visually striking mountains in the Bear River range. With its very rocky peak being visible from Tony Grove, it is often photographed, but rarely ever hiked. It is rarely hiked because there is not actually an official trail that goes to the summit. This makes the hik...
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  • Ogden, Utah

    Ben Lomond via North Skyline Trail

    5.0
    15.75 mi / 3671 ft gain
    The trail starts in the Right Fork North Ogden Canyon near Liberty, Utah. Park in the main parking lot and then cross the road to the trailhead. You will see a sign at the beginning indicating that the Ben Lomond summit is 8.2 miles away. In the spring, it is quite difficult to make it all the ...
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  • Saint Charles, Idaho

    Hike to Bloomington Lake

    4.8
    0.5 mi
    Bloomington Lake is deep in the mountains West of a small town called Bloomington. The road from the town to Bloomington Lake is a narrow dirt road. It takes about 35 minutes to take this road and most cars should be able to handle it. There's plenty of parking at the trailhead and some bathrooms...
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  • Ogden, Utah

    Hike the Wheeler Creek and Icebox Canyon Loop

    4 mi / 400 ft gain
    To get to the trailhead from Ogden drive up Ogden Canyon toward Pine View Reservoir. Right when the canyon begins to open up and you can see the actual dam there is a turn off on the south side of the road that leads down a dirt road to a very small parking area and the trailhead. If the parking ...
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  • Huntsville, Utah

    Hike the Skull Creek Trail of Causey Reservoir

    4.8 mi / 400 ft gain
    To get to the trailhead from Ogden, Utah, take 12th street east up canyon and around Pine View Reservoir. When you get to Huntsville, turn right and continue to head east up the canyon. IN 8 miles you will come to a sign for Causey Road. Turn right here and follow the road to the dam. Turn right ...
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  • Ogden, Utah

    Waterfall Canyon

    4.0
    2.44 mi / 1394 ft gain
    Waterfall Canyon is one of the most popular hikes in the Ogden area. The trailhead is easy to find, just head east on 29th street until you hit the base of the mountains and the parking lot is on the right. There are plenty of parking spots and restrooms but sometimes the restrooms are locked. T...
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  • Layton, Utah

    Adams Canyon

    4.8
    3.55 mi / 1434 ft gain
    The trailhead is at a dirt parking lot with a lot of parking, but on Saturday mornings it can get full and people are forced to park on the street. As you start off, there are a few steep and sandy switchbacks. They don't last too long but on a hot day it can seem like forever. After that, the t...
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  • Syracuse, Utah

    Photograph the Famous Stump by the Antelope Island Causeway

    4.8
    If you've ever visited Antelope Island State Park, there is no doubt you've seen the stump. This dead, bleached focal point with it's gnarled branches stands out in the middle of the vast landscape of the Great Salt Lake. It is located on the South side of the causeway, approximately two miles fr...
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  • Corinne, Utah

    Camp by the Spiral Jetty

    5.0
    This spot is pretty wild and barren. Head there with an open mind and be ready to have an amazing experience. Some things to look out for: The Spiral Jetty is land art itselfThere's a guest book, which is kept in a green bag under the rocks near the parking lot. This book has the invoice for the ...
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  • Layton, Utah

    Stroll through the Great Salt Lake Shorelands Preserve

    5.0
    1 mi
    The wetlands of The Nature Conservancy's Great Salt Lake Shorelands Preserve are a unique system of salt and fresh water marshes, ponds, pools, sloughs and mudflats. It is a rich feeding ground for tens of thousands of migrating birds, making this destination a birder's paradise.Great for all ski...
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