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Bear River to Brigham City(23.1 Miles)

Trail Description

Valley View Trailhead (7.6 Miles -dirt)

Follow Dairy Valley Rd to the west until it turns to the north and decends a ravine. At the top of the ravine take a left to the south 100 yard before the road reaches the bottome of the ravine. Climb up the ravine on this road, round a farm and follow the road to the west. When the road begins to climb into a canyon turn right onto a road that climbs a hill, with a pair of switchbacks to wards the west. Stay on this road as it follows the contour of the mountain and rounds the mountain on a bench high above the Bear River. Follow the road as it proceeds south under the power lines passind above the town of Deweyville.

Deweyville Trailhead (5.25 Miles -dirt)

Continue south along the foot of the mountain. Either climb up the road staying close to the mountain or cut straight south along another road to the town of Honeyville.

Honeyville Trailhead (10.25 Miles -dirt and paved)

From the high road above Honeyville continue south along the contour of the mountain. As the road climbs into a canyon to Honeyville spring leave the road and head around on a trail to a gravel pit. Ride along a canal as far as you can. If you hit private property or if there is no trail along the canal then exit to the Highway and continue south to Brigham City. On the north end of Brigham City turn east on 900 N and follow it to where it turns into Highland Blvd. Watch for a dirt road between the home that climb the hill on the left side of the road.

Highland Blvd Trailhead (5.25 Miles -dirt)

Climb on the road through one switchback and then follow it southeast for almost a half mile. Turn left and climb a trail to a higher road, follow this higher road southeast. Wind through Boden Canyon, pass under the "B" and through Flat Bottom Canyon. 500 yards from the canyon turn left and climb the canyon road that enter Flat Bottom Canyon along its southern flank. As you reach the steep face of the mountain turn and head south on a dirt road that follows the contour of the mountain. Stay on this contour until you reach the pipeline then turn and follow the pipline road into Box Elder Canyon. When the pipline road meets the highway turn right and decend the road to go under the highway at the overpass.

Access

Valley View Trailhead- From US Highway 89-91 in Logan take State Rd 30 (200 N) west toward Tremonton. Cross the marshes and continue up the hill heading northwest. Turn left onto 400 W and park on the side of the road. If SR 30 turn to the west and then southwest, you've gone to far.

Deweyville Trailhead- From Brigham City take I-15 north to the 5200 W exit, if you reach the I-15/I-84 split you've gone to far. From 5200 W take Highway 102 east to its junction with Highway 38. Go south on Highway 38 for .3 miles and then left onto a short road. Park at the end of the road and climb the dirt road to the trail.

Honeyville Trailhead- From Brigham City take I-15 north to the Honeyville 6900 N exit. Follow 6900 N east to Highway 38. Turn left and head north on Highway 38 to 7200 N. Follow 7200 N east to its end. Park on the side of the road and climb the dirt road to the trail.

Highland Blvd Trailhead- From Salt Lake City take I-15 north to Brigham City. Take the third Brigham City exit. Follow highway 13 east to its junction with Highway 38. Continue east on 900 E and follow it as it bends south onto Highland Blvd. Proceed to 700 N where a dirt road climbs the hill on the east side of Highland Blvd. Park on the side of the road. There is also access to the trail from the next two streets, Sunset Dr and and Aspen Dr.

 

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