The Hidden Fun 

  With the help of our friends over at mtbproject.com, we have come up with an easy to use bike trail map. This map shows the trail's description, GPS files, and difficulty rating. MTB Project also has an app which makes trail-finding a breeze. Feel free to visit the MTB website linked above, or play around with the map here on our website.

 

How to Use the Map

1) Scroll and move the map to the area of Utah that you'd like to visit

2) Double click on the number so the map expands the trails within that area.

3) Move your mouse over the trail that you're interested in, or click on the trail and details about the trail will appear. 

Trail Description

   Our goal is to make sure that you have the best riding experience in Cache Valley. Knowing where trails are and what to expect can make all the difference. The years of biking skills and expertise at Sunrise Cyclery have led us to making the most complete trail guide for your use. Detailed instructions of each trail are here to help you know where the turns are, find GPS locations, full trail maps, and many other details.  Pick a trail, have some fun, and enjoy all Cache Valley has to offer!

Trail Etiquette

Logan is home to countless miles of amazing bike trails that are only a short ride or drive away.  Biking these trails is a blast, and can stay this way if we’re all friendly, play by the rules, and do our part to make these trails enjoyable for everyone.  Listed are a couple of ways to keep everybody happy.

  • Uphill Bikers have the right of way.                                                                                                                                                

Keep the climbers happy and move to the side if you’re on your way down.  It may be tough to stop, but it’s harder for them to start over.

  • Be courteous to all trail users                                                                                                                                                          

Pass hikers at an extremely slow pace, walking if necessary.  Approach Animals with caution.  Sudden movements or sounds could scare horses, and lead to problems.  Communicate with horse riders from a distance and ask when it is okay to pass.  Follow directions from the horseback riders.

  • Stay On Designated trails                                                                                                                                                                  

One of the most rewarding aspects of mountain biking is the scenery.  Lets keep the views and rides amazing by staying on the trails. Riding off the path causes damage to plants and growth.

Green Canyon

 Click here for a Google Maps Link

 Click Here for a MTB Bike Trail Link (for more details)

 

Season: May-Oct      

Starting Point: Green Canyon Parking Lot              

Style: Out and back, Shuttle            

Traffic: High

Ride Time: 1.5 hrs

Distance: 3.8 M 

Connected trails: Bonneville Shoreline

Video by Sunrise Cyclery

Providence Canyon

 Click here for a Google Maps Link

 Click Here for a MTB Bike Trail Link

(for more details)

Season: April-October        

Starting Point: Providence Canyon Parking Lot           

Style: Out and back, Shuttle

Traffic: Medium

Ride Time: 1.5 Hrs

Distance: 2.8 M

Connected trails:  Deer Fence

Video by Sunrise Cyclery

Bonneville Shoreline

 Click here for a Google Maps Link

 Click Here for a MTB Bike Trail Link 

(for more details)

Season: April-Oct

Starting Point: First Dam, Green Canyon

Style: Out and back, Point A to B

Traffic: Low

Ride Time: 30 min

Distance: 2 M

Connected Trails:  River Trail, Deer Fence, Green Canyon

Photo by con.puzzlers.org

Deer Fence

 Click here for a Google Maps Link

 Click Here for a MTB Bike Trail Link 

(for more details)

Season: April-Oct

Starting Point: First Dam, Dry Canyon, Providence Canyon Parking Lot

Style: Out and back, Point A to B     

Traffic: Low

Ride Time: 30 min

Distance: 3 M          

Connected Trails: Dry Canyon, River Trail, Bonneville Shoreline Trail, Providence Canyon

Video by Skidmap from Youtube

Jardine Jupiter

 Click here for a Google Maps Link

 Click Here for a MTB Bike Trail Link 

(for more details)

Season: June-Oct

Starting Point: Wood Camp Campground

Style: Out and back

Traffic: Medium

Ride Time: 2 hrs

Distance: 4.5 M

Connecting Trails: None

Video by Terrell Olsen from Youtube

Ricks Canyon

 Click here for a Google Maps Link

 Click Here for a MTB Bike Trail Link 

(for more details)

Season: June-Sept

Style: Loop options, out and back

Starting Point: Little Cottonwood Creek Parking Lot (Right Hand Fork)

Traffic: Low

Ride Time: 2 hrs

Distance: 3 M

Connecting Trails: Steel Hollow, Mill Hollow         

                             

Non

Photo from utahmountainbiking.com

White Pine to Bunchgrass

 Click here for a Google Maps Link

 Click Here for a MTB Bike Trail Link 

(for more details)

Season: July-Sept

Starting Point: Tony's Grove Parking lot, Or Tony's Grove Horse Trailer Parking

Style: Shuttle

Traffic: White Pine-Medium, Bunchgrass-Low

Ride Time: 3 hrs

Distance: 10 M

Connecting Trails: None

                            

Non

Video by Terrell Olsen fom Youtube

Stump Hollow

 Click here for a Google Maps Link

 Click Here for a MTB Bike Trail Link 

(for more details)

Season: July-Oct

Starting Point: Beaver Creek Parking Lot

Style: Out and back, Loop

Traffic-Low

Ride Time: 2 hrs

Distance: To Pride Rock 2.8 M, To Sinks Meadow 3.2 M

Connecting trails: Burnt Fork, Turkey Trail, Hodges Canyon

Video by James Champagne from Youtube

Sink Hollow

 Click here for a Google Maps Link

 Click Here for a MTB Bike Trail Link

(for more details)

Season: July-Sep

Starting Point: Beaver Creek Parking Lot

Style: Out and back, Loop

Traffic: Low

Ride Time: 2 hrs

Distance: Out and back 4.1 m

Connecting Trails: None

                             

Photo by Prad0597 from trailforks.com

River Trail

 Click here for a Google Maps Link

 Click Here for a MTB Bike Trail Link

(for more details)

Season: May-Oct

Starting Point: First Dam, River Trail Parking     

Style: Out and back  

Traffic: Low

Ride Time: 2 hrs

Distance: 2 M       

Connecting Trails: Spring Hollow and Access to Third Dam

                            

Photo by Ryan Penman from alltrails.com

Spring Hollow

 Click here for a Google Maps Link

 Click Here for a MTB Bike Trail Link

(for more details)

Season: May-Oct

Starting Point: First Dam

Style: Out and back

Traffic: Low

Ride Time: 2 hrs

Distance: To slate field from River Trail 4.1 m

                            

Video by Sunrise Cyclery

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