Discover one of Utah’s oldest trees on the Limber Pine Nature Trail

Tom’s experience hiking the Limber Pine Nature Trail:

The Limber Pine Nature Trail is a simple loop hike on the east end of Logan Canyon on the way to Bear Lake.

Limber Pine Trail

The trail is 1.3 miles roundtrip and is mostly level throughout. There are informational signs along the way that teach about the different trees and have quotes on them.

Limber Pine Trail Utah

A lot of the hike was shaded and in a forest which was pretty cool.

Limber Pine Trail Hike

At about the halfway point there is an outcropping and bench so you can look at a tree that is supposedly 2500 years old.

Hiking Limber Pine Trail

The trail is really easy to follow and really easy to hike. Our two year old son hiked the whole thing himself. Dogs are also allowed on this trail.

Limber Pine Trail Bear Lake

There is an outhouse and a sign describing the trail at the trailhead.

Tom’s Rating:

Trail Info: From Logan, head east through Logan Canyon towards Bear Lake. It is about 30 miles up Logan Canyon just after the Bear Lake Summit sign. There is a sign for the Limber Pine Nature Trail on the right.


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