Came up from Providence Canyon quarry. Beautiful hike although very steep. Too many ATVs for my liking as well. Views from the summit were awesome. Could see all the way to the Oquirrhs, Uintas, and Wasatch above Salt Lake. My wife and I decided to return to our car via the ridge down to Little Baldy and the Welches Flat Road. Bagged Temple Baldy as well. Great day for a great hike.
I hiked from Providence Canyon, up ATV trails mostly, to the top of Providence Peak and then over to Logan Peak. My car couldn't make it all the way up Providence Canyon to the quarry trailhead parking, so it ended up being a 16 mile day with decent elevation change. Didn't see any other hikers, but lots of ATVs and sheep! Beautiful day with some varied terrain.
Hiked with a couple of buddies in 2010 after school ended. We took the Spring Hollow route. Great Hike.
Also did 7602, 7724, 9214, 9023, Millville, and Providence.
Drove to the top of this one and then on to Providence Peak.
This took a while in the snow from Dry Canyon, but very cool spot. Will have to ski this one next year.
Wet morning after a day of rain yesterday. The trail near the top is hard to follow, but there are many red and orange ribbons that lead you along the way. Fairly strait forward besides that.
Went up dry canyon, ice at the bottom to some warm snow on top. Great view and fun peak right out of town. Shared the summit with my wife, next time we'll take the skis!
Been to the summit several times by 4x4 and snowmobile. I know it's kinda cheating, but when the road is already there...
I do plan on making the trip on foot, perhaps via snowshoes or skis when I get a chance.
The mountain is right in my backyard almost, and is lovely and imposing--especially when it is snow-covered. Made it to the top several years ago via Dry Canyon. The trail is basically non-existent for the last 300-400m, but the view from the top is worth it. I'm keen to try it next year from Spring Hollow. Nice and steep, but accessible with crampons and ice axe.
Long hike to the top, at which time you're greeted by a building and tower. Can't recommend this one as a summer hike.
Dry Canyon. Then own off-trail route up north slopes of canyon to reach summit ridge. Would like to thank the local good old boys for using their jeeps to turn this into one of the most pristine areas I have seen. Summit was swarming with ladybugs.
I hiked this 5 months pregnant as an overnighter. Trail dies out--someone had marked it our with rough markers, so we found our way pretty easily.
Baaa. Goat here from Camden, South Carolina, representing the Webb family, the Southern people, the CSA, and the Univ. of SC Law School. Huge climb via Dry Canyon. I saw my cousin Bullwinkle at about 9000 ft. Again, Baaa.
Nice loop from the quarry in Providence Canyon up Providence Peak, over to Logan Peak, down to Little Baldy and then back to the quarry on the South Syncline Trail.
Born near here and been to the top plenty of times. Horseback, atv, hiking. All fun trips
Hiked up the Dry Canyon trail. The trail fades out for the last mile or so, but the peak is obvious. Great views of Logan below.
Had a good time on top with the kids, very happy I was able to make it by car but prepared to hike it with the kids if needed. Talked with some FS engineers planning on making an improvement to the road...see my map or my website trip report at http://www.willhiteweb.com/bear_river_range/logan_peak/climbing_323.htm
Drove to Logan to watch a friend in a skate competition and decided to do Logan Peak afterwards. Barely made it to the summit before the sun was setting. Came down in the dark, but had a beautiful night.
I drove near the top on the rode and then hiked the rest..I guess that means I cheated