Drive 4 miles up Logan Canyon to Spring Hollow Campground turnoff on your right. From here drive another .5 mile to the trailhead. This steep trail heads upriver for 3 miles to Guinavah-Malibu Campground.
Jardine Juniper Trail
9 Miles RT
Drive 12.4 miles up Logan Canyon and park at Wood Camp Campground turnoff. The trail climbs 4.4 miles west to Old Jardine, a 1,500 year old Juniper tree that sits 44 feet high. After hiking .5 mile the trail forks with a sign marking the way. Biking is not allowed beyond this point. After awhile the trail will fork again and either direction leads to the 3,000 year old juniper tree. The southern fork is more scenic.
From I-15 take exit 354 and head east on US-91. After a couple miles the road will turn into US-89 heading north for 17 miles. Turn right onto SR 101 heading east for 12 miles to Left Hand Fork Road on your left. From here this road heads north 15 miles to Logan Canyon giving you access to hours of off-road trails through Cowley and Blacksmith Fork Canyons along the way. This road is accessible year-round.
Left Hand Fork
20.2 Miles RT
Limber Pine Trail
1.25 Mile Loop : N.41.55.497-W.111.28.279
Drive east on HWY 89 up Logan Canyon for 32.4 miles, and there will be a parking area on the south side of the road. This easy beginner trail begins at the sign from the parking lot and makes a complete loop back to the trailhead.
Locarted at the mouth of Logan Canyon. The park provides picnics and several other activities. You can also gain access to the Bonneville Shorline Trail.
Take US-89 to Park Ave. and go north to Golf Course Rd. Go east to 500W, then turn north to 700-S. From here go east to park.
From US-89 drive up Logan Canyon 20 miles to the Tony Grove Lake turnoff on the left. Follow a gravel road for 7 miles to the parking lot. The water is cold most of the year due to high elevation. The Tony Grove Nature Trail is only 1.25 miles RT that walks along the lakes shore.
Tony Grove Lake
GPS-N.41.53.665-W.111.38.610 : Elevation-8,043 ft : 25 Acres : Depth Maximum-36 ft/Mean-13 ft
The trail climbs gently through a shady forest, passing the Bear Hollow junction at mile 1.2 and arriving at Coldwater Spring at mile 1.7. The trail crosses above the spring - look for the watering trough, below the trail. Coldwater Spring usually flows abundantly with cool water. A pipe feeds water to a trough for livestock. This area offers many hiking options. You can continue east to the Mount Naomi Wilderness boundary, then north to Smithfield Canyon or south toward Cottonwood Canyon, Mt. Elmer, Wood Camp, Blind Hollow or Green Canyon.
Coldwater Spring Trail