1590 Canyon Rd, Providence to Spring Creek, Cache County, UT, USA
Very rocky initially (2 miles or so) - can be hard on your feet.
Although various websites claim this to be a 10 mile hike, we got 11.97 on another GPS device.
Best time to do - mid to late September
White Pine Lake from Tony Grove Parking Lot
Best done in July - fields of wild flowers in bloom. August - as you can see, the foliage is drying up.
There is a direct path from White Pine Campground to White Pine Lake. Unfortunately this is not marked on the topo maps.
The topo map trail markings are different from the ones that are actually in use. So it'll seem like you're walking parallel to the trail marked on the map until both meet at the white pine creek
Lots of backcountry trails
Very dog friendly - you'll meet a lot if them!
Moderate difficulty trail
Crimson Trail Loop from Spring Hollow Camp Ground
Crimson Train is one of the most scenic trains with excellent view points of the valley. Keep in mind - in early spring, when the Logan River is swollen, it's nearly impossible to do the loop as the riverside nature trail is underwater. So if you start from Spring Hollow Campground (SHC), expect to turn around and climb back up to get to the SHC.