WHITE PINE LAKE - Trail, Logan, Utah

WHITE PINE LAKE - Trail, Logan, Utah

DESCRIPTION

Single track, through rocks then forest.

USER REVIEWS

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[Jan 16, 2000]
will

The trail is pretty, has some nice climbs and a nice descent to the lake. (switchbacks included at no extra charge.) It's got some tight rocky parts to shake up the ride. Once we took a friend and no one brought extra tubes or a pump. There are plenty of leafy weeds to fill a tire with.... :)

Customer Service

Around the rocks, not over them.

Similar Products Used:

Jardine Juniper.

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4
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[Jun 14, 2001]
Dirtdarte

The first three miles to White Pine Lake has some technical sections in it that can be difficult for intermediate riders. These sections are short but will challenge you. If you can clean them, pat yourself on the back. Two miles into the ride, the trail starts a good downhill section. Several parts are difficult with consequences if you fall. As the trail winds into White Pine Lake, cross the foot-bridge and look for the sign that marks the turn-off to Bunchgrass creek. After your break at White Pine Lake, head down Bunchgrass creek. The first downhill has tecnical sections that are pretty loose. The rest is a fast, through the trees, doubletrack turned singletrack that will leave you wanting more! Dont expect to see anyone on the Bunchgrass trail, not many people ride this trail. When you arrive at the highway head south towards the Tony Grove turn off and start the climb back to your car. Yea, its long but you can avoid it by leaving a shuttle. This is a great ride and a must-do if in the Logan area.

Customer Service

Head up Logan canyon to Tony Grove. Park at the day use parking area. The trailhead starts there. Go North on the trail towards White Pine Lake. Go right at each fork in the trail (signs mark the trail). When you arrive at White Pine Lake, take a break and enjoy the view before heading down Bunchgrass Creek. Head down Bunchgrass to the highway (US89) then psych yourself up for the 7.5 mile climb up the road back to Tony Grove.

Similar Products Used:

Lots and lots. Inquire at any of the local bike shops.

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5
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[Apr 12, 2002]
Jacob Balls

This trail is awsome and very technical with lots of rocks and a very nice down hill sections. The down hill is supper fast and fun. for More advanced riding skill

Customer Service

Go to the tony grove turn off leave a car at the bottom and then take another car to the top (at tony grove lake) park in the day parking and ride the trail and then go to the lake. Then for a fast ride with two good climbs head down bunchgrass to the highway.

Similar Products Used:

Jardine juniper is good

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5
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[Jul 03, 2002]
mtbiker

This is a great trail, except for the potholes that horses leave in the spring, and the 30 or so logs you need to climb over on bunchgrass. Hopefully they'll get cleaned off over the course of the summer. The ride takes anywhere from 2 to 3 hours. Enjoy!

Customer Service

Start at Tony Grove Lake, go to White Pine, then do bunchgrass, and then climb back to car on the road, or leave a shuttle at the bottom

Similar Products Used:

There must be 30+ trails within 30 minutes of Logan that luckily aren't on this site yet

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4
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