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191 Big Timber 89 Bozeman 90 94 Columbus Billings 90 Livingston 298 212 Laurel 310
64 191 78 Big MONTANA Bridger Sky Red Lodge 89 308 Gardiner Cooks City 72 visitloganutah.com Mammoth 287 212 310 Hebgen Lake 1-800-882-4433 West 120 Lovell Yellowstone 296 YELLOWSTONE visitloganutah.com Madison NATIONAL PARK 20 Jct. W. Thumb 14A Big Jct. 1-800-882-4433 Island Park Cody Springs 20 Old Faithful 14 16 Geyser 291 Warm Yellowstone River Lake
Ashton 47 Meeteetse 290 20 32 120 Jackson Lake 33 Moran Jct. Jenny Lake Rexburg Tetonia Grand Driggs Targhee GRAND 26 Victor 33 TETON 287 26 31 NATIONAL Thermopolis PARK Dubois Idaho Falls Swan Valley Jackson WYOMING 15 Hoback Jct.
How Far From IDAHO 26 Shoshoni 89 Grays American Salt Lake City to: Lake Alpine Bondurant Falls Res. Fremont Lake Blackfoot Afton, WY 206 miles Freedom 191 Res. 34 Pinedale 287 Riverton Alpine, WY 233 miles 86 Pocatello Bear Lake, UT 122 miles Lander Afton Brigham City, UT 60 miles Boulder Soda Springs 30 Idaho Falls, ID 214 miles Lava Hot Star Valley Layton, UT 25 miles Springs 30 Big Piney Logan, UT 83 miles 34 Montpelier Montpelier, ID 152 miles 15 36 89 189 Ogden, UT 38 miles Paris 28 Paris, ID 142 miles Preston Bear Cokeville Farson Preston, ID 110 miles Lake Fossil Butte National Teton National Park/ Garden 91 30 Monument Jackson,WY 280 miles LOGAN CANYON City 191 84 89 372 West Yellowstone, MT 30 Kemmerer via Jackson, WY 402 miles Rock Springs 83 Logan 30 80 Diamondville 101 16 Green River Golden Spike Brigham 412 80 National 39 City 530 189 191 Historic Site 15 430 Driving Directions to Logan 89 Fort Bridger Ogden Evanston Flaming Gorge From the South: Drive north on I-15 to 84 414 National Antelope Island Recreation Area exit 362 at Brigham City. Exit to the right Layton 80 and head through the canyon on Hwy. 89 Manila Great Salt Lake Flaming Gorge Dam into beautiful Cache Valley. 44 Salt Lake City From the North: Drive south on I-15 150 to exit 385 to UT-30 toward Riverside/ 189 Logan. 80 Park Kamas City 191 Dinosaur 40 National Heber City Vernal Monument 92 189 UTAH Roosevelt 15 Orem 73 40 Provo Fort Duchesne 88 Utah 40 68 Lake Strawberry 89 Res. Duchesne 15 LEGEND 191 RECOMMENDED SCENIC ROUTE 6 LOGAN CANYON NATIONAL SCENIC BYWAY 89 visitutah.com OREGON TRAIL BEAR LAKE SCENIC BYWAY OREGON TRAIL Price PIONEER HISTORIC BYWAY NATIONAL PARKS AND MONUMENTS
NATIONAL FORESTS 0 5 10 30 60 Salt Lake City, Utah Temple Square - Headquarters of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, downtown Visit Salt Lake Connect Pass The Visit Salt Lake Connect Pass is an all-in-one ticket that allows you to be your own personal tour guide of everything Salt Lake has to Things to see and do offer. Just take your pass and go to 13 of Salt Lake’s best attractions! For more info or to purchase: www.visitsaltlake.com/visit/connectpass State Capitol 350 North State Street, 801-538-3074 Layton and Davis Area, Utah Antelope Island State Park I-15 exit 332, 801-773-2941 Lagoon Amusement Park & Camping (Farmington) I-15 exit 325, 801-451-8000 Cherry Hill Family Resort (Kaysville) I-15 exit 328, east to Main, then south on Main about 3 miles, 801-451-5379 Ogden, Utah Hill Aerospace Museum (Roy) I-15 exit 338, 801-777-6868 Union Station 2501 Wall Avenue, 801-393-9890 Logan, Utah–Your ideal overnight stop Salomon Center 2261 Kiesal, 801-399-4653 between Salt Lake City and the National Parks Eccles Dinosaur Park American West Heritage Center (in Wellsville) 1544 Park Blvd., 801-393-3466 Discover what western life was like from 1820 to 1920 at this 160-acre living history center. Brigham City, Utah Hands-on learning as you visit with Native Americans, mountain men, turn-of-the-century Famous Fruitway on US Hwy. 89 farmers and pioneers dressed in period costume. Spacious welcome center features exhibits Between Willard and Brigham City there are several roadside on local history and a spectacular view of the Wellsville Mountains. During the summer, stands selling local and imported fruit and vegetables. Some wander through arts and crafts demonstrations, visit military encampments, Native stands remain open year-round, but most open up once the local American villages and mountain men rendezvous sites. fruit trees and vegetable crops start producing. 4025 South Highway 89-91, 435-245-6050 Bear River Bird Refuge Cache Valley Visitors Bureau and Gift Shop in the Historic Courthouse Some of the most phenomenal waterbird watching in the western The beautifully restored courthouse was built in 1883 and houses the Cache Valley United States. More than 74,000 acres of marsh and upland Visitors Bureau where you can find all kinds of regional information as well as a gift habitats. Wildlife Education Center and 12-mile auto tour. shop featuring Made in Utah products. 2155 West Forest St., 435-723-5887 199 North Main Street, 435-755-1890, www.visitloganutah.com Golden Spike National Historic Site On May 10, 1869, the final spike was driven, completing the Self-Guided Cache Valley Food Tour transcontinental railroad and revolutionizing travel across North Behind-the-scenes production of the Valley’s signature food products including honey, America. Historic reenactments and locomotive demonstrations. chocolates, cheeses, ice cream, artisan breads, jams and jellies and coffee. Interact with 32 miles west of Brigham City via Utah Hwy. 83., 435-471-2209 local employees who will teach you about the skills, uniqueness and history of their companies and products and where possible provide tours of their facilities. Garden City/Bear Lake, Utah Bear Lake is known as the Caribbean of the Rockies, and is best Ellen Eccles Theatre known for its breathtaking turquoise color sparkling on sunny The magnificent Ellen Eccles Theatre opened in 1923 and has been lovingly restored. days. Keep your eyes open for the legendary Bear Lake monster. From September to May, the Cache Valley Center for the Arts presents premiere artists and touring productions. During the summer, Utah Festival Opera and Musical Pickleville Playhouse Theatre offers world-famous operas and Broadway productions performed by top A delightful family operated theatre that features melodramas and artists from across the country. other productions suitable for any audience, along with a barbecue 43 South Main Street, 435-752-0026 dinner before the show. 2049 South Bear Lake Blvd., 435-946-2918 Utah Festival Opera and Musical Theatre Fresh raspberry milkshake Each summer, UFOMT presents world-famous operas and Broadway productions An absolute must! performed by top artists from across the country. Staged at the Ellen Eccles Theatre. 59 South 100 West, 435-750-0300 Water Activities Swim, fish or rent a boat or jet-ski to really explore Bear Lake’s beauty. Utah State University Utah State University was founded as a land grant agricultural college in 1888 and Bear Lake National Wildlife Refuge is now a major research university. The oldest building on campus is Old Main. Its Home to Sandhill Cranes, herons, Snowy Egret, white pelicans. tower with the “A” (for Aggies) on top is visible from most of Logan. The refuge’s White-faced Ibis colony of 5,000 birds is one of the Old Main Hill, 435-797-1000 largest in the West. North shore of Bear Lake, 208-847-1757 Historic Downtown Walking Tour, Shops and Restaurants Pick up a 45-minute downtown walking tour guide at the Visitors Bureau. Don’t miss Minnetonka Cave the Bluebird Cafe, the Logan Tabernacle or the Episcopal Church. The Logan Center This underground cave experience is one for the entire family. Its Street Historic District (listed on the National Register of Historic Places) features natural stalagmites, stalactites and banded travertine have been homes, churches and the old courthouse in Classical Revival, Prairie School and Late forming for thousands of years. The US Forest Service administers Victorian styles. the cave. 10 miles up St. Charles Canyon, 435-245-4422 Logan Temple Preston, Idaho The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Temple is an easily visible icon of the Cache Valley landscape. Built from 1877-1884 by the donated labor of early pioneers. Site of the American cult movie favorite “Napoleon Dynamite” The modified Gothic building rests on a terrace of the ancient Lake Bonneville, and and home of the Famous Preston Night Rodeo. Bear River the exterior was built out of limestone and sandstone quarried locally. Access to the Massacre site is a few miles northwest of town. temple interior is reserved for Church members in good standing, but the beautifully Paris, Idaho manicured grounds are open to the public. 175 North 300 East, 435-752-3611 Tabernacle 109 South Main Street, 800-448-2327 Logan Tabernacle Montpelier, Idaho The Tabernacle was completed in 1891 and is a striking example of an early Mormon pioneer public meetinghouse. Used for Church conferences, community concerts and National Oregon/California Trail Center other presentations. Visitors are welcome. An extensive genealogy library is located Authentic indoor living history adventure on the Oregon Trail. The in the basement and volunteers can help you research your ancestors. Free tabernacle most fun you’ll ever have learning history. tours available Mondays through Saturdays throughout the summer. 320 North 4th Street, 866-847-3800 50 North Main Street, 435-227-0013 Butch Cassidy Bank Robbery Hardware Ranch and Elk Refuge Butch Cassidy robbed $16,000 from the Bank of Montpelier in 1896. Winter adventures include horse-drawn sleigh rides to view hundreds of wintering Afton, Wyoming elk. Open for fishing and outdoor recreation during the summer. Located 25 miles Home to the world’s largest Elk Antler Arch, with over 3,000 elk antlers. southeast of Logan at the end of Hwy 101 in Blacksmith Fork Canyon. 435-753-6202 Intermittent Spring 5 miles east of Afton, and is the largest of only three in the world. Logan Canyon National Scenic Byway Best seen in late summer or early fall. A journey along the Logan Canyon National Scenic Byway offers enough wild natural beauty, diverse recreational opportunities and fascinating stories to satisfy Alpine, Wyoming even the most demanding adventurer. This winding stretch of U.S. Hwy 89 runs Three Wyoming Rivers (Snake, Grays and Salt) meet here. from the city of Logan to the brilliant blue waters of Bear Lake. It passes through The town is completely surrounded by National Forest and is vibrant fields of wildflowers, between vertical limestone cliffs and along picturesque connected to Jackson Hole by the scenic Snake River Canyon, streams brimming with native trout. Ski at Beaver Mountain Resort or snowmobile on where you’ll see river rafters on an adrenaline high. thousands of acres of fresh powder. Leave the road behind and immerse yourself in Logan Canyon’s vibrant spirit. Jackson, Wyoming Don’t miss the famed Elk Horn Gates that lead into the town Festivals and Special Events square, world-class art galleries, the Silver Dollar Saloon, the Logan is home to dozens of sporting events and community festivals all year long. Million Dollar Cowboy Bar, guided excursions, National Museum Check www.visitloganutah.com for more info; 435-755-1890 of Wildlife Art and the National Elk Refuge. Cache Valley Visitors Bureau • Logan, Utah • www.visitloganutah.com • 435-755-1890