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Stump Hollow
This is a beautiful forested ride on pristine singletrack, near the top of Logan Canyon. As an out-and-back, it's 5.3 miles each way, with about 1600 vertical feet of climbing. It can also be done as a shuttled ride, or as a big 16.5-mile loop. It's an easy technical ride overall, rating an early-intermediate for skills, and the climbing rate is pleasant. Stump Hollow is part of the GWT (Great Western Trail). Most of the ride is in deep forest, so there are only occasional views over the nearby mountains. Many riders turn around at the ridgetop at mile 4.5, but I think the rock-slab riding in Peter Sinks is a fun addition. As you climb the east side of Peter Sinks, watch for the big rock monuments that mark the trail. The slab rock makes the trail harder to see.
Out-and-back riding notes:
0.0   Start singletrack, south side US-89
        N41 57.744 W111 31.924
0.3   Fork L at ST fork
        N41 57.585 W111 31.823
        [loop ride, find path in sage flat on left]
1.0   Fork L
        N41 57.065 W111 31.769
4.5   Highest point 8400 ft N41 55.208 W111 31.079
        [old loop connector near here]
4.8   Peter Sinks, trail hard to follow
        Aim for rockpiles
5.3   At doubletrack, turn around
        N41 54.644 W111 31.083

Notes for loop access or shuttle to top:
0.3   Find eastbound path on L in sage flat
        N41 57.585 W111 31.823
0.5   Fork, keep eastbound
2.7   Join US-89 at Swan Flats Rd
5.2   Bear Lake Summit, R on dirt road
        [auto shuttle - turn here!]
        N41 55.560 W111 28.453
6.9   Straight  N41 54.298 W111 28.753
8.0   Fork R  N41 53.384 W111 29.135
10.1 Fork R  N41 54.292 W111 30.767
10.6 Fork L (old route R, then down valley)
        N41 54.677 W111 30.551
11.1 Faint singletrack on R, sign away from road
        N41 54.644 W111 31.083

Getting there:  In Logan, turn east at 400 North on US-89 towards Logan Canyon (about 2 miles). After you enter the canyon, drive 24.5 miles, almost to the top. Turn left toward Beaver Mountain Ski Area, then immediately turn right into a parking area. There's a bathroom north of the parking. From the parking lot, go south across US-89 to the south side of the road. From the spot where the Beaver Mountain road forks off US-89, ride 100 feet down the canyon and you'll spot the singletrack heading off into the brush on your left. To shuttle the ride, drive another five miles up US-89 to the Bear Lake Summit and turn right on gravel road. (Driving directions above.)

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