Cache National
Forest

Cache National Forest is a 533,840-acre area of National Forest System land in Idaho and Utah which was established on July 1, 1908 by the U.S. Forest Service. The majority of its area is in Utah, and was initially created when the Bear River National Forest was disbanded. On July 1, 1915, all of Pocatello National Forest was added. In 1973 the Idaho portion was transferred to the administration o…
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This is an amazing tour with almost everything that the Bear River Range has to …
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This route ascends a very steep trail to one of the steepest mountain ranges in …
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This loop goes through one of the most beautiful sets of canyons in the Logan Ca…
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This hike goes up through several types of landscapes, including pine and aspen …
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This route is one of the most exciting short routes in the Bear River Range. It …
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This route follows the Logan River pretty closely and allows for spectacular vie…
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This route is a moderate singletrack loop with great views, some shade, and the …
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This is a relatively flat hike right off the highway in Logan Canyon. Depending …
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Causey Reservoir is a pleasant escape near the northern Salt Lake City suburbs t…
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A great singletrack trail that provides a nice hike along a stream filled with b…
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This rocky trail goes through some of the most beautiful terrain in the Bear Riv…
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