Providence Canyon

4.8/5 (6 reviews)
Providence, Utah (Cache County)
Last Updated: 11/24/2022
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Highlights

Tucked away from the big cities lies this rough little gem of a trail. This trail winds its way through the Cache National Forest just outside of Logan, Utah. Although easy up to the mine, this trail quickly turns into a challenge for any stock 4-wheel drive vehicle. Steep climbs and loose rocks make it a bit more fun. There are many stunning views along this trail along with great camping, hiking, and even target shooting. If you are looking for a quick day getaway from the city, or a weekend of fun, be sure to check this one out!

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Trail Reviews

4.8/5 (6 reviews)
Todd
Official Crew
103150
Status: Seasonal Closure
Visited: 11/24/2022

Closed for the season! See you next year!
Joe
300
Status: Open
Rated 4/5
Visited: 07/12/2020

Beautiful trail has, has one little lookout if you veer to the right up a loose rock incline. Heading back and into the canyon has alot of large loose rocks, and a few boulders you will have to avoid even with 35s, but nothing a good driver with even smaller tires couldnt handle, just feels like work. The canyon is super pretty, and take you up to the top where you can get to Logan peak and a few other trails all connect up there, so i need to go back and check some out as well.
Status: Open
Rated 5/5
Visited: 07/01/2020

Great trail. Definitely a more difficult one, you’ll want some clearance/bigger tires..even just 33s really helped in some parts.
Status: Open
Rated 5/5
Visited: 06/13/2020

The trail conditions are really nice right now. There are a couple of snow patches, but easily passable in a more-than-Prius height 4WD vehicle.
Trail Review: Providence Canyon - Brit Mansell
Trail Review: Providence Canyon - Brit Mansell
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Status: Partially Open
Rated 5/5
Visited: 06/05/2020

Still snow and fallen tree making passage impossible beyond halfway between waypoints 12 and 13. Still enjoyable. There’s an offshoot Forest svc road 152 past waypoint 12, that takes you to Little Baldy, offering beautiful view of Providence, Millville, Nibley, and surrounding towns.
Trail Review: Providence Canyon - Oswaldo Herrera

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