Check out the peaceful Jumpoff Canyon

Tom’s experience at Jumpoff Canyon:

Jumpoff Canyon is a short loop hike in Ogden, Utah.

Jump Off Canyon Trail

You start off hiking almost in backyards as you follow the trail, but eventually you hike past them and come out above them with a great view of Ogden.

Jump Off Canyon Hike

There are plenty of signs to help guide you along the trail. I would recommend hiking the loop clockwise and following the north trail.

Hiking Jump Off Canyon

Eventually you will reach a service road that Pine View Water uses to service the open canal along the mountainside. Be careful if water is flowing in the canal, it could be dangerous for little children if they fell in.

Hike Jump Off Canyon

Hike along the canal for a bit and then follow the trail back down to your car. It really isn’t a very spectacular hike but it could make for a fun bike ride.

Jump Off Canyon Ogden

Dogs are allowed but must be on leash.

Tom’s Rating:

Trail Info: The trail is located across the street from the St. James Catholic Church near 450 N. Harrison Blvd. There is only parking for about 8 cars but there is plenty of other parking near the trailhead.

GPS:

Harrison Trailhead:     41.266626,-111.947409

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Explore the popular Wind Caves

Tom’s experience at Wind Caves:

Wind Caves (also known as the Witch’s Castle) is a popular trail in Logan Canyon that is about 3.4 miles roundtrip.
Wind Caves Dog Friendly

The trail is very steep and climbs about 1,000 feet up the canyon walls.

Hiking to the Wind Caves

It doesn’t have a ton of shade and there is no water on the trail so it can get very hot.

Logan Wind Caves

The trail is easy to follow and the trailhead had a sign describing different wildlife including bats that are sometimes found in the cave.

Wind Caves Trail

There is also an outhouse at the trailhead. The cave itself is really neat and fun to cool off in after the challenging climb.

Wind Caves Hike

Dogs are allowed and bring plenty of water.

Tom’s Rating:

Trail Info: From Logan, head east through Logan Canyon towards Bear Lake. It is about 5.3 miles up the canyon, near the Guinavah-Malibu Campground on the left side of the road. There really isn’t a sign for the Wind Caves but you should see the campground and the parking area easily.

GPS:

Wind Caves Trailhead: 41.762195,-111.703545

Wind Caves: 41.762646,-111.717704

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