From Logan to Garden City, this byway parallels the Logan River through Logan Canyon, passing through dense forests, lush meadows, rugged rock formations and panoramic views. Each season brings a colorful show, especially in autumn.
Length: 41.0 mi (66.0 km)
Time: Allow An hour to drive or a day to enjoy the byway.
Fees: Several Forest Service campgrounds charge day and night use fees. Parking at Tony Grove Lake is $5/car.
Driving the Byway
Starting in Logan
- Start from the intersection of Main Street and 400 North in Logan.
- Drive east on 400 North to Milepost 374.2 at Lady Bird Park Overlook. The Logan Ranger District Visitor’s Center is located at this site.
- Continue on this route (Highway 89) as it winds up the canyon. The Logan River parallels Hwy 89 much of the way.
- About 45 minutes after you enter Logan Canyon, you will reach the Summit and soon see lovely Bear Lake. A visitor center here has information and brochures about the byway and the area.
Starting at Bear Lake
- The northern portal begins in Garden City, on the shores of Bear Lake, at the junction of Highways 30 and 89.
- Hwy 89 turns sharply right at the intersection with Hwy 30. Follow Hwy 89. The byway will climb a few miles up a steep and winding road. The Bear Lake Overlook Visitor Center is near the summit. The rest of the way through the canyon and into Logan is generally downhill.
- You will emerge from the Canyon and climb a short rise to see southern Logan spread out before you. Once you reach the busy corner of Main Street and 400 North, you are at the end of the byway.