Tom’s Experience hiking to White Pine Lake:
White Pine Lake is a beautiful lake that is surrounded by steep cliffs as well as Mt. Gog and Mt. Magog. There is about a 1316 ft gain over the hike of 7.6 miles.
The trail will climb up and then down into the lake.
The trail is very easy to follow and very sandy. There are signs at all major trail junctions.
At about .3 miles from the trailhead there is a signed junction with the right fork heading towards White Pine Lake and the left fork heading towards Mount Naomi, the highest point in Cache County.
You will be hiking in and out of various meadows and forests. Camping is allowed at the lake but it is restricted to certain parts.
Dogs are allowed on this trail.
Trail Info: From Logan, Utah, head east up Logan Canyon past USU. The turnoff for Tony Grove is signed and is about 19 miles from the mouth of the canyon. Drive 7 miles along that road until the road dead-ends at the trailhead parking. There is also a campground right before the trailhead parking. There is a lake and an outhouse in the parking area.
Tony Grove Trailhead: 41.895046,-111.642439
White Pine Lake: 41.923115,-111.657164
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