Logan Mountain Road follows the top of a ridge line nearly the entire length of the trail. There are good views between the trees of the valley below. There is a small creek crossing, loose gravel, and mud puddles. At the beginning and end are two campsites with fire rings. Where the trail formally ends, the track keeps going. The trail to the top of Johnson Mountain has a closed and locked gate preventing vehicles from going to the top. It is roughly a two-mile hike to the summit of Johnson Mountain.
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