Snow Shoeing Green Canyon

I heard a little voice from the other room, “Mom, I know what you want to do today. Go snow shoeing!” A boy after my own heart. With such a great location as Green Canyon close to town, it’s definitely the season to just keep the snow shoes in the back of the car should […]

Hikes Near Logan – Snow Shoe Black Smith Fork

Savage Boy talked all about the bears hibernating on our trek into the canyon. But the thing about Cache Valley residents, we don’t hibernate. All snow is, is a new playground on our already favorite real estate. Every time I go to the hills I meet people who share my love for nature. Today, several […]

Hikes near Logan – Blacksmith Fork River Trail

Hiked at the end of September. Park in the round-a-bout, near the base of Black Smith Fork Canyon, and cross the street to the old metal bridge. It’s an in and out trail so go as far as you’d like. The trail is a favorite for runners and bikers. There is a small stretch that […]

Hikes near Logan – Richard’s Hollow

Hiked May 26. Richard’s Hollow is an absolute must. Hike in spring or early summer when the water is flowing, the ambience of the trickling stream with patches of wild flowers make the adventure an amazing experience. Later in the summer the waterfall dries up. Trailhead: 8.7 miles from the base of Blacksmith Fork Canyon. […]

Hikes Near Logan – The Wind Caves

Wind Caves at the End of March i first hiked the wind caves in college, nearly 25 years ago. we hiked at dusk, i remember hearing coyotes before we reached the top. my second memory is tumbling off the trail as we hiked back down in the dark. the trail head to the wind caves […]

Mountain Monday – Highline Trail

It may not be super warm these days, but my friends we can still feel the sun and soon we will be hibernating, and enduring the inversion, cold temps, and short days. Get outside and enjoy these warm fall days. The highline trail is close to first dam and Utah State University. The country club […]