Join a Stokes Nature Center Naturalist for a guided hike up Logan Canyon to enjoy the splendor of autumn's colors. We will be doing an easy to moderate hike in Logan Canyon, talking about the changing seasons, why some trees shed their leaves, and where does all that color come from? The fall foliage is already looking spectacular, so don't forget your camera!
We will be meeting at First Dam parking lot (aka Canyon Entrance Park: 1647-1700 Canyon Rd, Logan, UT 84321) at 9:45 am and leaving promptly at 10 am. We will have the white Stokes Nature Center van and can accommodate 14 passengers. Parking is limited at the trailhead so carpooling is encouraged. Temperatures can be 10+ degrees cooler in the canyon so dress for the weather, bring plenty of water, and a sack lunch.
We will plan to hike to the Temple Fork Sawmill, but based on the group's abilities and preferences, other trails may be considered.
Temple Fork Sawmill
Trail Length: 2.5 miles to the sawmill
Trailhead: 1.5 miles from the Temple Fork turnoff which is 15 miles up Logan Canyon (0.4 miles beyond the Blind Hollow trailhead)—GPS: N41°49′590″ W111°34′518″
Elevation Start/Gain: 6000 feet/720 feet