Directions • The trailhead is about 30 miles east of the mouth of Logan Canyon on U.S. Highway 89, near the summit but before heading down toward Bear Lake. Watch for signs that will direct you to a small parking lot.
Hike • This is a great hike to take to stretch your legs on your way to or from Bear Lake. With numbered education stations throughout this simple loop trail, you might think it's just for the kids to enjoy. But it's still an enjoyable walk through a pine forest, regardless of whether you have little ones in tow. The trail starts off meandering through pines, but at one point will reach an open, rocky area where you can take a look at the Logan Canyon below. About halfway through the loop, hikers will encounter a large limber tree, which is actually several trees that have grown together over hundreds of years. (This tree is also where the trail gets its name.)