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River Trail

Trail Number: 603

Trail Length: 3.7 miles one way

Difficulty: Easy

Trailheads: Across Highway 89 from the Cache National Forest sign at the mouth of Logan Canyon (GPS: N41°44′516″ W111°46′567″) or Second Dam (GPS: N41°44′777″ W111°44′817″) or Bridger Campground or Spring Hollow Campground, 4.3 miles from Logan (GPS: N41°45′200″ W111°43′010″)

Elevation Start/Gain: 4900 feet/500 feet

Route: "The River Trail follows the Logan City water line, which is buried beneath the road and passes Stokes Nature Center. The trail parallels the river and is never more than a few hundred feet from US Hwy 89, although traffic is not visible for most of its length.

"The trail goes south above Bridger Campground and Gus Lind Flat Summer Home Area. It passes Third Dam and ends at Spring Hollow.

"Moose have been seen near the river, and many species of birds and plants can be observed."

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

Cache Trails, 2023 Edition, edited by Dave Wallace and illustrated by Margaret Pettis (Bridgerland Audubon Society)

Available from:
- Cache Valley Visitors Bureau
- Stokes Nature Center (Providence office & Logan Canyon Nature Center
- The Book Table
- The Island Market
- The Sportsman
- The Trailhead a.k.a Campsaver.com
- USDA Forest Service, Logan District Office
- USU Bookstore