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Logan Peak Trail Run 28 Mile Race

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 4.0 (1) RECOMMENDED ROUTE

A beautiful trail race that takes you through the the Bear River Mountains.


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27.3

Miles

43.9

KM

80%

Runnable

9,706' 2,958 m

High

4,861' 1,482 m

Low

6,529' 1,990 m

Up

6,522' 1,988 m

Down

9%

Avg Grade (5°)

35%

Max Grade (19°)

Dogs Leashed

Features Spring · Views · Wildlife

Overview

This is a beautiful trail race that takes you through the the Bear River Mountains. The course offers a great variety of terrain and sweeping views of the area.

Runner Notes

There are several springs located on the trail are safe to drink from that run during the spring. Also, depending on the snow pack you'll most likely encounter snow on your way to Logan Peak.

Description

You begin by climbing quickly from the Logan Valley through Dry Canyon until hitting a cross trail. You then head southwest until turning on a jeep trail that puts you at the base of Logan Peak. Once making the climb to the peak and returning back down, you follow the jeep trail north until turning onto most beautiful section of singletrack on the course. The trail winds through pine trees and open fields climbing over the top of the mountain range and reconnecting you with the Dry Canyon Trail. There you descend to your starting destination.

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Shared By:

Garth Harris

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  4.0 from 1 vote

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in Logan

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in Logan

#177

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Beautiful in October
Oct 17, 2017 near River H…, UT
A beautiful section of trail through some trees, especially in early summer or late fall
Jul 28, 2015 near River H…, UT
The top of Dry Canyon
Jun 18, 2018 near Providence, UT
Dog friendly, we saw a couple other dogs on the trail.
Oct 17, 2017 near River H…, UT
Was some snow as we got higher up, even though it is really warm.
Oct 17, 2017 near River H…, UT

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