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Mill Hollow

Trail Number: 125

Trail Length: 1.8 miles one way

Difficulty: Moderate

Trailhead: Spring Hollow Campground, 4.3 miles from Logan (GPS: N41°45′200″ W111°43′010″). Follow the paved trail on the west side of the campground on the south side of the river impoundment that leads to the the Mill Hollow Road. The road starts south and goes up the hollow about 100 feet south-west of Third Dam.

Elevation Start/Gain: 5030 feet/1170 feet

Route: "This is one of two logging roads used about 100 years ago to bring logs down by wagon to the sawmill.... The maple, aspen, and fir trees make a spectacular combination of colors in the fall. [A] second,... indistinct road goes east... intoSpring Hollow."

According to a representative at the Wasatch-Cache National Forest Service, the Mill Hollow trail is an old trail that will not be maintained. According to the Forest Service, the Mill Hollow trail has been re-routed to connect to Spring Hollow; however, it appears that the trail they are referring to has been recently renamed Bridger Look-off.

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For route details and special features, please refer to the best hiking guide in Cache Valley:

Cache Trails, 2004 Edition, Revised 2006, Jim Sinclair (Bridgerland Audubon Society)

Available from:
- Cache Valley Visitors Bureau
- The Book Table
- The Trailhead a.k.a Campsaver.com
- USDA Forest Service, Logan District Office
- USU Bookstore