Logan Canyon is a picturesque 41-mile-long scenic byway that stretches across the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest in Utah. This byway connects Logan City on the West and Bear Lake on the East.
The most popular times to visit Logan Canyon are in the summer and fall when options for outdoor activities like camping and hiking are plentiful.
I hiked a few of the trails in Logan Canyon in late September and while the weather was sunny and hot during the day, the temperatures dropped to freezing as soon as the sun went down.
Without stopping, it takes about an hour to drive the entire Logan Canyon Scenic Byway. But with stopping, you can take anywhere from several hours to an entire weekend to explore Logan Canyon’s most popular attractions.
Here are the most popular stops along the Logan Canyon Scenic Byway! 1. US Forest Service Office 2. First Dam Park 3. Stokes Nature Center 4. Second Dam 5. Wind Caves