bear river range

  1. Nick

    Limber Pine & Tony Grove

    Since I'll be down recovering for a while, I thought I'd write up some trip reports from my work hikes that I did over the year. This trip was to my old stomping ground in and around Cache Valley, where I am originally from. I moved out of there about 10 years ago and I probably hadn't been back...
  2. HomerJ

    Saddleback Mountain - Bear River Range

    Inspired by Smokey 's post of Beirdneau Peak in the Bear River Range, I thought I'd post the hike I did on Memorial Day. Saddleback Mountain is between Logan Canyon and Green Canyon and can be seen from almost anywhere in Logan. It's most recognized by the two reflectors on top. Those...
  3. Smokey

    Beirdneau Peak - Easier spelled than done!

    On May 26th I decided on a whim to knock a mountain that pesters all Loganites. Mt Beirdneau isn't even in the top three highest peaks in the area, but its symmetrical shape is mesmerizing. It's hard for me to say exactly how far the distance is because my internal odometer kind of failed me on...
  4. Deadeye008

    Logan Canyon Overnighter

    I ended up having a family get-together early Saturday evening so I decided to take my son on an overnighter someplace we could drive to fairly quick. We ended up going to one of my favorite places up Logan Canyon. I have been going here for as long as I can remember. We got up there Friday...
  5. Deadeye008

    High Creek: April 14-15

    Took my boy up to High Creek in Cache Valley for an overnighter. I had a new sleeping pad I wanted to try out and I also wanted to do a little fishing. High Creek fit the bill. Despite what the meteorologists predicted, we didn't get a drop of rain the entire time up there. It did get pretty...
  6. Nick

    High Creek to Cherry Creek

    June 2005 My brother, Steve, has been preparing for a 50 mile hike with the boy scouts and I have been helping him in gear selection and on this warm up trip. I've never taken a trip like this with a family member before, at least not that I was old enough to remember. So I was really excited...
  7. Nick

    Mount Logan via Dry Canyon

    June 2005 Fathers day trip, what a way to celebrate. Mount Logan is a prominent peak above Cache Valley. It can be reached in a vehicle with four wheel drive from the backside, this is the first time I've hiked to it. We took the long route starting just outside Logan city limits. The hike...
  8. HomerJ

    White Pine Lake, Cache Valley - July 2008

    There are a few different ways into White Pine Lake, the most popular and easiest is from Tony Grove Lake. The trail to White Pine Lake shares the same trail head as the Mt Naomi trail, but the trails very quickly split. The trail is 3.8 miles to White Pine and is very easy with one short steep...
  9. Nick

    High Creek, Mount Naomi Wilderness

    July 2010 I went on a short backpacking trip over the weekend to the Bear River Range in Cache Valley. A friend of mine had never been backpacking before so we took him on a nice and easy 8-mile round trip hike along the Mount Naomi NRT in the Naomi Wilderness. We had originally planned to go...
  10. HomerJ

    Cherry Peak via High Creek - July 2010

    June 10, 2010 Last weekend I decided to tackle Cherry Peak (9764' elevation). I've wanted to climb it ever since seeing it from Mt Naomi 3 years ago. Here's the view from Mt Naomi of Cherry Peak I decided to hike up High Creek so that I could also go by High Creek Lake on the way. It was...
  11. uintahiker

    Hardware Ranch

    Since there are contests now for swag, I thought I'd throw up a post and at least have a chance to win (you mean I have a chance?!!) My pics were too big so the uploader didn't want to let me upload them, so so much for the 5 picture requirement... Two weeks ago we took a drive up to the...

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